Collector’s Corner

The watchmaking sector of Hermès, the well-known Parisian fashion accessories house, marked two important anniversaries in 2003 with a limited-production line of hand-crafted, self-winding men's watches called "Dressage." The line debuted in the United States in September at Hermès's New York City showroom in a special presentation by Guillaume de Seynes, managing director of La Montre Hermès. He noted that it was 75 years ago that the first watch was sold in Paris under the Hermès brand, and 25 years since the establishment of La Montre Hermès, which has its own workshops in Biel, Switzerland, the heart of the Swiss watchmaking industry. To mark these dates, said de Seynes, and "the beginning of a third generation of watchmaking," La Montre Hermès created "Dressage" in three gold versions plus a platinum limited edition. These special anniversary editions are engraved on the bac
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