La Mon­tre Her­mès hosted ‘Of Mas­tery and Time', a spe­cial horo­log­i­cal ex­hi­bi­tion at the Dubai Mall from April 17 to 22.

The ex­hi­bi­tion dis­played some of the Mai­son's ex­cep­tional time­pieces within a unique set­ting that plays with time and of­fers visi­tors a cap­ti­vat­ing in­sight into Her­mès' savoir faire in haute hor­logerie.

“It is a plea­sure to be in Dubai and to present our lat­est ex­cep­tional pieces, which un­der­line our com­mit­ment to con­stantly sur­pris­ing our cus­tomers and show­cas­ing our lev­els of crafts­man­ship and very spe­cial tech­niques. ‘Of Mas­tery and Time' il­lus­trates the bi­nary rhythm of day and night with two dis­tinct spa­ces. With the ‘day' ex­hi­bi­tion area, bright and wel­com­ing, and the pro­found blue of the ‘night' lounge, we in­vite visi­tors to dream and wit­ness our cre­ativ­ity,” said Luc Per­ra­mond, CEO of La Mon­tre Her­mès.

On dis­play is the Arceau Lift, the first Her­mès fly­ing tour­bil­lon watch, in­spired by the his­tor­i­cal premises of Her­mès at 24, Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris. The dou­ble H top­ping the tour­bil­lon car­riage and the bar­rel bridge of the Arceau Lift re­pro­duces one of the em­blem­atic mo­tifs fea­tured in the in­te­rior de­sign of the bou­tique, above the door of the Lift after which it is named. This is an ex­clu­sive edi­tion and is lim­ited to just 176 pieces. The watch is driven by Cal­i­bre H1923 vis­i­ble from the dial side and is also re­vealed through an open­ing carved out in the back of the gold case.

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