Hermes CD6.910


Hermes Cape Cod GMT watch, all satinless steel case, held on a genuine brown alligator strap with stainless steel pin buckle, mechanical self-winding movement with large date, second time-zone and night/day indicators. Silver guilloche dial with applied numerals and a sapphire crystal glass.

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One of the last bastion’s in the world of luxury and leather goods, Hermes has carved a name in history with unique designs and styles in all things leather. Not as well known, are the brands amazing collection of unique timepieces. With Henri d’Origny at the healm of all things creative, the range has grown and evolved with additions of unique mechanical designs and grand complication timepieces. As with the brands Iconic Kelly and Birkin handbags, Hermes range of timepieces are made in very small qauntities and are made with the care and attention to detail they show all of manufacture products. Designed by Henri d’Origny in 1991, the “Cape Cod” collection was created with timeless classicism in mind. With its square within a rectangle case style and the distinctive numerals in the style of Chaine d’Ancre pattern, the range has become an iconic style to the Hermes brand. This particular model is the Cape Cod GMT watch. Made in all stainless steel and held on a manufacture made genuine blue alligator strap with matching stainless steel pin buckle. Fitted with a highly complicated mechanical self-winding movement with large date, second time-zone and night/day functions. Silver dial with guilloche centre and applied numerals. The piece is finished with a sapphire crystal glass.



Case Material

Stainless Steel

Dial Type

Silver With Applied Numerals

Bezel Type

Bracelet Material


Case Size

36.5 X 35.4mm





Grading Style


Automatic Self-winding


Cape Cod



Water Resistance

50 meters

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