Admire Hermes Arceau Fleurs d'Indiennes Watch

Oct 26, 2011
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.

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