Hermès reimagines one of the maison’s classic timepieces

Heure H has always been a symbol of Hermès horology and now, it dons a new stylised aesthetic...

The Hermès Heure H timepiece has long been more than just a symbol for the maison. Since its inception in 1996, the Philippe Mouquet-designed timepiece has held onto its powerful signature of the letter ‘H’ providing a playful frame, a unique contemporary style courtesy of the metal bracelet, graphic numerals and an integrated folding clasp embracing the wrist with fluid elegance.

Now, the Heure H timepiece has received three new elegant variations for the season — each expressing creativity and the expertise of the maison.

One new design comes with 114 “feather-set” diamonds and features a natural white mother-of-pearl dial bearing Arabic numerals, whilst the second design is also graced with mother-of-pearl and punctuated with 11 diamond hour-markers. The third timepiece is enhanced with a sunburst central square surrounded by black numerals.

All available in a new steel variation, the case and dial are crafted in Hermès’ Horologer workshops.

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