The new Hermes Arceau Fleurs d’Indiennes watch immediately enchants the audience with its Flower of India motif.
The esteemed craftsmen within the manufacture used a cloisonne technique to create a big fire enamel miniature painting on the dial of the new Hermes watch. The time on its picturesque surface is reduced to indicating hours and minutes.
Driving the functions is a self-winding mechanical chronograph movement - Hermes H 1928. It measures 25.6mm in diameter and is 3.5mm thick. The mechanism is composed of 220 individual parts, including 32 rubies.
Integrated within the movement is a 916 gold rotor. It also incorporates a twin-barrel device, which supplies a 55-hour power reserve. The movement operates at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour.
The caliber finds its natural home in a 41mm 750 Platinum case. The top of the new Hermes Arceau Fleurs d’Indiennes watch is protected by a glare-proofed sapphire crystal. The same glass is used for its bottom. The water-resistance of the case is assured down to 30 meters.
The new Hermes watch is attached to a matte indigo blue alligator leather strap. It joins to a Jane-style buckle in 750 Platinum.