[Watch House Brand News] Hermès launched a new Arceau Grande Lune moon phase watch. The new watch is equipped with a dark blue dial decorated with a sunburst pattern, highlighting the extraordinary creativity of timeless timepieces. In 1978, Henri d’Origny relied on classic and bizarre curves to free the round watch from the established aesthetic norms: the Arceau watch was born. Its round case is equipped with stirrup-shaped asymmetrical lugs, combined with slanted Arabic numeral hour markers, reminiscent of a galloping horse, showing restrained and lasting elegance, interpreting the brand’s infinite creativity and exquisite craftsmanship.
The new Arceau Grande Lune moon phase watch is equipped with a blue sunburst dial and a matching dark blue alligator leather strap. It is more vivid and intense with the casual and elegant stainless steel case and the sapphire crystal back. The slender pointer sweeps over the slanted numbers, creating a dynamic effect. In addition, there is also a calendar moon phase plate decorated with starry sky on the dial, as well as a week-month window under the brand logo.
The watch is equipped with a self-winding mechanical movement, with hours, minutes, seconds and full calendar functions. The case, dial and strap are all produced by the Hermès watchmaking workshop.
Hermès Arceau Grande Lune Moon Phase Watch
Henri d’Origny (1978)
Very Large (TGM), 43 mm, round
Anti-reflective sapphire crystal and case back
Transfer Arabic numerals, rhodium-plated hands
Self-winding mechanical movement, Swiss made
Large moon phase profit and loss display module
Hours, minutes, seconds, date (at 6 o’clock), moon phase (at 6 o’clock), day of the week and month (at 12 o’clock)
316L stainless steel folding clasp, 22 mm
Matte dark blue alligator leather strap