It’s 2020 and Heure H appears attired in black lacquer gracing its rose gold case, strutting its dial graced with slim gold-toned hands.
Created by designer Philippe Mouquet in 1996, this iconic and enduring signature symbol of Hermès retains its sharp, fresh and dynamic touch as the years go by. Its singularity lies in capturing time within a letter, framing the passing of time in a mischievous manner – and matching it with elegant interchangeable straps.
Crafted by the Hermès Horloger watchmakers, the rose gold case of the Heure H watch is decked out in an intense black lacquer, framed by a golden decorative fillet accentuating its shape. Its understated yet captivating dial, also coated in black lacquer, exudes an instantly-recognisable Hermès appearance.
Depth and light effects are created by the facetted sapphire crystal protecting its refined display. Making light of conventions, the numeral-free black dial is swept over by rose gold-coloured hands, specially redesigned for this model. Seamlessly integrated with the case, an in-house-made Hermès strap further enhances its resolutely graphic aesthetic.
Case: Shape / dimensions: Square, 21 x 21mm Material: Black-lacquered rose gold Crown with black-lacquered cabochon Facetted sapphire crystal with anti-glare treatment Dial: Black-lacquered dial. Gold-toned hands Movement: Type: Quartz, made in Switzerland Functions: Hours, minutes