The Hermès Arceau L’Heure de la Lune shows both the moon phases in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres at the same time.
The moon phases are revealed thanks to two satellite dials (featuring the time and the date) which move around the dial, indicating the current lunar cycle on the mother-of-pearl moons hiding beneath.
The timepiece is powered by a Manufacture movement along with an exclusive module.
The moon at 12 o’clock features the image of Pegasus, a winged horse from Greek mythology, created by designer Dimitri Rybaltchenko, which represents the passage in time between the real world and the realm of dreams and magic. The moon at 6 o’clock depicts a realistic view of the moon’s surface.
The white gold case comes in 43mm and there is a choice of an aventurine dial with white lacquered mobile counters and black numerals or a meteorite dial with graduated gray-lacquered mobile counters and white numerals.