The ionic Heure H watch was designed by Philippe Mouquet in 1996. Its case shape is a befitting tribute to the legendary H signature of the house of Hermès. Now, Hermès updates this watch collection by adding three new models fitted with a new metal bracelet featuring a flowing and stylised aesthetic.
The new Heure H is presented in three elegant steel variations: one with 114 “feather-set” diamonds and featuring a natural white mother-of-pearl dial bearing Arabic numerals; a second also graced with mother-of-pearl and punctuated with 11 diamond hour-markers; and a third enhanced with a sunburst central square surrounded by black numerals. Vividly expressing the creativity and expertise of the Maison, the case and dial are crafted in the Hermès Horloger workshops.
Adorned with a metal bracelet, Heure H asserts a radical and contemporary style. A natural extension of the case, the links formed by small squares correspond to the geometry of the dial and its graphic numerals. This supple band features an invisible integrated folding clasp embracing the wrist with fluid elegance.
Designed by Philippe Mouquet (1996)
Small Model (PM), 21 x 21 mm, square
– 316L steel case with “Feather” setting, 114 diamonds (0.24 ct)
– 316L steel case
Anti-glare sapphire crystal
White natural mother-of-pearl dial
– Black transferred Arabic numerals. Rhodium-plated hands
Gem-set white natural mother-of-pearl dial, 11 diamonds (0.04 ct)
– Light-grey transferred sunburst motif in the centre. Rhodium-plated hands
– Dark-grey transferred Arabic numerals
– Sunburst stamped motif. Rhodium-plated hands
Quartz, crafted in Switzerland