The firm Hermes all lovers of watchmaking with a surprise new limited edition within its Arceau collection. The last piece in see stands out, for the first time with a flying tourbillon. We are talking about the model Arceau Lift and is a tribute to the company’s facilities in the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris. And it is there where we have an imposing two haches logo created in honor of the marriage of Émile Hermes and Julie Hollande, therefore this is present on the dial.
Under this logo we are with the flying Tourbillon, a complication that makes this watch is on another level and is respected as it is. Inside houses the caliber H1923. This number was chosen to commemorate the year in was installed the first elevator in the building (hence the name of the timepieces also).
On the back of the model we We find ourselves with an engraving on the Golden box which highlights the logo of the House. This model has been dressed with a Alligator leather strap Brown.
As we have said before, this model Arceau Lift will be limited to just 176 numbered parts. What you think about the end result?