Hermès Launches Two New Arceau Tgm Watches

The Hermès Arceau series was born in 1978 and was designed by Henri d’Origny. Today, the brand has launched two new Arceau TGM (short for Très Grand Modèle, meaning very large) watches, each with a blue lacquered dial and a hazelnut brown dial.

   The case is made of stainless steel with a diameter of 40 mm. It is equipped with an anti-glare sapphire crystal and a case back. It is water-resistant to 30 meters. It is equipped with a Swiss-made Caliber H1837 self-winding movement made in Switzerland. It has 28 stones and a frequency of 28,800 vibrations / hour (4 Hz). It can provide a power reserve of up to 50 hours. The substrate is decorated with round grain and snail-shaped patterns, the bridge is satin-finished, and the brand’s signature ‘Sprinkling of Hs’ pattern is engraved on the oscillating weight.

   Blue lacquered dial with silver plated Arabic numerals and rhodium-plated hands, hazelnut brown dial with black gold Arabic numerals and black gold hands. The latter has a herringbone pattern on the inner ring and an outer scale ring. Decorative sun rays. Comes with a 20mm matte elephant grey or matte dark blue alligator leather strap with stainless steel buckle.