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Men's Hermès Watches

An empire of design recognized by its unmistakable Duc carriage logo, Hermès began first opened its doors in the early 19th century as a purveyor of fine equestrian leather goods. As the decades passed, the Hermès brand grew to encompass additional leather goods, particularly handbags, as well as silk scarves, perfumes, jewelry, and even household goods. Hermès added to its repertoire the design of watches in the 1920s, working hand in hand with Swiss watchmakers to design timepieces that were both artful and precise.

Since their introduction in the early 20th century, Hermès men’s watches have become one of their most celebrated lines, alluding to the elegant styling and ongoing innovation of the brand. The classic Arceau line is reminiscent of the clean lines of horse racing. Equally as exquisite, the mechanical finesse of the Dressage line incorporates the clean cut of stainless steel and pays homage to both bold lines and artful time-telling complications.

Quick Facts

  • Hermès crafted their first watch bands out of the perfectly tanned leather they used for their equestrian equipment
  • The Arceau was the inaugural watch style offered by Hermès
  • Though Hermès sold their watches in their Parisian flagship store in 1928, it was not until half a century later, in 1978, that the design house established its own watchmaking division

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Hermes. Limited Edition to 75 Pieces, Highly Attractive, Dressage,
Apr 21, 2:30 PM CEST
Hermes. Limited Edition to 75 Pieces, Highly Attractive, Dressage,
by Monaco Legend Auctions
Est: €9,000- €18,000
€8,0000 Bids

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