An Hermès Classic, need I say more?
Hermès by itself is a legendary brand. The quality, craftsmanship and attention to detail are a few of it’s inheritant traits.
Designed by Henri d’Origny in 1978, the Arceau is the most classical of Hermès watches. Inspired by the characteristic elegance of horses, its asymmetric lugs echo the shape and curve of a stirrup. The spirit of the house is perfectly reflected by the line – it is after all an object born of creative passion and carefully mastered production, evidenced from the design of the case to the craftsmanship on the strap, and in the making of exclusive hand-finished movements.
Hermès has launched its Arceau Automatic timepiece with the addition of the date and a slightly smaller diameter of 40mm for both steel and rose gold versions. The design of the Arceau Automatic watch embodies an authentic signature, combining elegance and style, with harmoniously balanced proportions.
The centre of the opaline silvered dial is stamped with the herringbone motif, while two slender hands sweep around the twelve sloping numerals characterising the Arceau line. The classic and elegant men’s timepiece is driven by the Hermès mechanical manufacture movement H1837 and is available in rose gold with a havana alligator strap and in steel with a black alligator strap.
A must have for a true admirer of classics…