At the Hermes Arceau watch and Wonders 2023, Hermès introduces its charming feminine interpretation of the Arceau line-up of watches with the launch of Arceau Petite Lune, a timepiece with a dazzling dial that sparkles with planets crafted from fine and precious stones in a gold and diamond case.
A realization of the imaginative wonders of Henri d’Origny, the Arceau watch symbolizes a true elegant construction and combines understatement and creativity. Its round white gold case set with 70 diamonds rests on a stirrup, creating a timeless yet singular shape.
Revealed at Watches and Wonders, this timepiece showcases a cosmic orchestra of materials and features aventurine, mother-of-pearl, aragonite, and opal, framed by a halo of diamonds. The exceptional artisanal work results in a unique depth for the watch and the process involving refining aventurine until it becomes translucent and associating hermes h08 replica with mother-of-pearl is a statement endeavor for the offering and arouses an iridescent shimmer that replicates the Northern Lights. In the Hermes Arceau watch Petite Lune launched at Watches and Wonders 2023, a generous mother-of-pearl moon stages a cosmic animation and faces the luminescence of a planet made of aragonite. Amid a backdrop of a constellation of diamonds, an opaline star shines bright.
Choreographing the cosmic orchestra to absolute precision is the Manufacture Hermès H1837 self-winding movement equipped with a moon phase module. The hermes h08 replica movement drives the displays of the hours and minutes, as well as the moon phases between 10 and 11 o’clock. The watch is paired with a sapphire-blue alligator strap crafted in the Hermès Horloger workshops to render a fashionable final touch to the Arceau Petite Lune watch launched at Watches and Wonders.
The pure lines of the Hermes Arceau watch tell the story of a new journey: that of a wristworn space voyage. Viewed through a porthole, the planets of the solar system are majestically depicted around variously coloured stones and textures, delicately set into orbit against a gemset aventurine backdrop. The mischievously gravitating moon is turned upside down, playing with the codes of time and following its trajectory until it gradually disappears behind the stars.