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Paul Dupré-Lafon ‘Weatherstation’ cube clock by Hermès, Paris

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Hermès, Paris

The scarcest variant of all of the ‘Weather Station’ desk compendiums, is the model designed for Hermès by Paul Dupré-Lafon (1900-1971). The stepped base section is covered in dark green handstitched leather, the compendium also featuring a perpetual calendar and marked Hermès, Paris to the clock face. French, circa 1940s.

Height: 5½ inches (14 cm), base: 6 inches (15 cm) square.

Collaborating with Hermès for over 30 years, Dupré-Lafon had a keen affinity with practicality combined with luxury, principles embodied by this design for the ultimate multifunction desk accessory made by one of the finest names in luxury goods.

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