It is a table clock, pocket watch, held in a small leather jacket, which also serves as a built-in table support. This clock has a very beautiful black glossy dial and gilt Hermès Paris inscriptions. There is a fourth hand, which is none other than that of the alarm clock, which can be adjusted with its second crown.
The burgundy leather is signed by Hermès, but also stamped with the number “7” which is the logo of the French TV guide “Télé 7 jours” that began in the 1940s. Clearly not something that came with the magazine, it was probably a nice gift offered to someone working for the magazine, with their initials.