Today’s Haute Time Watch of the Day is The Arceau Lift Flying Tourbillon by Hermes. This newly launched piece is the first flying tourbillon to come from La Montre Hermes.
The Hermes Arceau Lift is powered by a Calibre H1923, named such to remember the Lift or Elevator first installed in the Hermes flagship Boutique in Paris in 1923. The Calibre H1923 is a manually wound movement, with a flying tourbillon and a 90-hour power reserve.
The Rose Gold case is 44 mm and features a sapphire crystal protecting the beautiful dial, which is actually the movement itself, with its beautiful finishing and decoration, this piece is boasts amazing beveling, polishing and engraving. The double “H” cutaways on the dial is represents the emblematic motif for Hermes since the 1900 and reflects the brands history and timeless style.
The Hermes Arceau Lift Flying Tourbillon is fitted with an exclusive Hermes leather strap and is part of a Limited Collection of 176 special pieces, each piece represents a year of Hermes History, which began 176 years ago.