Hermés Atmos Clock by Jaeger-LeCoultre
Hermés and Jaeger-LeCoultre have been working together for almost 100 years now when the latter produced the first Hermés timepiece. Having then gone into producing their own clocks and watches in the 1970′s this new project rekindles one of the most innovative ideas in fashion. The outcome is an all new edition of the iconic Atmos Clock, a gas-fueled design is boasted with the aid of a third entity - Les Cristalleries de Saint-Louis and is limited to only 176 pieces. The glassblowing specialists created an air-blown, double-layer glass dome cut to create a dotted exterior, provide a strong conceptual finish that allows greater visibility to the clock’s JLC-caliber 560a Atmos movement.