Hermès Dressage watch, created in 2003 by Henri d’Origny, now appears in a modernized interpretation while remaining loyal to its original aesthetic. In welcoming the exclusive 11 ½ ’’’ movement, the Dressage collection asserts its sophisticated horological nature. This in-house movement, H1837 named after the founding date of the Maison Hermè. These timepieces are equipped with the exclusive H1837 caliber made for Hermès by Vaucher Manufacture. The leather is selected in accordance with the noble saddle-making traditions of the House. The resulting padded and saddle-stitched straps are entirely produced in the workshops of La Montre Hermès, in Switzerland.
HERMÈS DRESSAGE SECONDS
Mechanical self-winding movement, Vaucher Manufacture H1837
26 mm in diameter (11 lines ½)
3.7 mm thick
28’800 vibrations per hour (4Hz)
50-hours power reserve
193 parts including 28 jewels
Circular grained and snailed bottom plate, oscillating weight adorned with the special Hermès decoration (H symbols)
Hour, minute, seconds at 6 o'clock.
Opaline silver with vertical stamped motif and rhodium-plated hour markers
40.5 x 38.4 mm
Water-resistant to 5 atm
Glass Glare proof sapphire crystal and case back
Black alligator or black smooth calf and safety folding clasp in steel