Born on the polo fields in 1931, the Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso was a watchmaking marvel. The innovative timepiece featured an Art Deco face that flipped over to protect the dial's crystal glass during rigorous matches. It gradually made its way off of the horses and onto the wrists of the elite around the world. Written by British historian Nicholas Foulkes, Jaeger-LeCoultre: Reverso celebrates the 90-year history of the Swiss icon and honors its evolution over the last nine decades. The book is bound in a silk hardcover with a luxury slipcase.
Width: 11" / Length: 14" / Depth: 1.5" / 200 pages