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Making the Arceau Pocket Millefiori

Making the Arceau Pocket Millefiori

Hermès plays a game of illusion and reality with its newly-launched SIHH novelty, the Arceau Pocket Millefiori designed using a unique technique inspired by the 19th century paperweights crafted by Cristallerie Saint-Louis.

Making the Millefiori using patterns assembled from hot threads pulled from the molten material drawn from the mouth of the pots in the furnace.

Clicked by David Marchon

Making the Millefiori using patterns assembled from hot threads pulled from the molten material drawn from the mouth of the pots in the furnace.

Clicked by David Marchon

Making the Millefiori using patterns assembled from hot threads pulled from the molten material drawn from the mouth of the pots in the furnace.

Clicked by David Marchon

Making the Millefiori using patterns assembled from hot threads pulled from the molten material drawn from the mouth of the pots in the furnace.

Clicked by David Marchon

Making the Millefiori using patterns assembled from hot threads pulled from the molten material drawn from the mouth of the pots in the furnace.

Clicked by David Marchon

Making the Millefiori using patterns assembled from hot threads pulled from the molten material drawn from the mouth of the pots in the furnace.

Clicked by David Marchon

Making the Millefiori using patterns assembled from hot threads pulled from the molten material drawn from the mouth of the pots in the furnace.

Clicked by David Marchon

Making the Millefiori using patterns assembled from hot threads pulled from the molten material drawn from the mouth of the pots in the furnace.

Clicked by David Marchon

Making the Millefiori using patterns assembled from hot threads pulled from the molten material drawn from the mouth of the pots in the furnace.

Clicked by David Marchon

Making the Millefiori using patterns assembled from hot threads pulled from the molten material drawn from the mouth of the pots in the furnace.

Clicked by David Marchon

Making the Millefiori using patterns assembled from hot threads pulled from the molten material drawn from the mouth of the pots in the furnace.

Clicked by David Marchon

Making the Millefiori using patterns assembled from hot threads pulled from the molten material drawn from the mouth of the pots in the furnace.

Clicked by David Marchon

Making the Millefiori using patterns assembled from hot threads pulled from the molten material drawn from the mouth of the pots in the furnace.

Clicked by David Marchon

Making the Millefiori using patterns assembled from hot threads pulled from the molten material drawn from the mouth of the pots in the furnace.

Clicked by David Marchon

Making the Millefiori using patterns assembled from hot threads pulled from the molten material drawn from the mouth of the pots in the furnace.

Clicked by David Marchon

Making the Millefiori using patterns assembled from hot threads pulled from the molten material drawn from the mouth of the pots in the furnace.

Clicked by David Marchon

Making the Millefiori using patterns assembled from hot threads pulled from the molten material drawn from the mouth of the pots in the furnace.

Clicked by David Marchon

Making the Millefiori using patterns assembled from hot threads pulled from the molten material drawn from the mouth of the pots in the furnace.

Clicked by David Marchon

Making the Millefiori using patterns assembled from hot threads pulled from the molten material drawn from the mouth of the pots in the furnace.

Clicked by David Marchon

Arceau Pocket Millefiori

Clicked by David Marchon

Arceau Pocket Millefiori

Clicked by David Marchon

Arceau Pocket Millefiori

Clicked by David Marchon
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