Swiss watchmaker Jaeger-LeCoultre has unveiled a new version of its iconic Reverso wristwatch of the 1930s with a highly sophisticated and feminine jewellery-inspired design. The 18-carat grey gold rectangular case, with polished and satin finishes, is bordered with three rows of baguette-cut diamonds set by the Swiss watchmaker’s artisan jeweller. Their arrangement echoes the pattern of the Reverso’s classic gadroons.
Another series of baguette-cut and brilliant-cut diamonds appear on the reverse dial. In all, the watch features no less than 250 diamonds, totalling 5.65 carats.
The Duetto movement allows the case to flip around, revealing a second dial on the reverse. On the front side, the watch face is finished in mother of pearl with slightly rounded Arabic numerals. The reverse dial is finished in flecked black aventurine, like a star-studded sky, topped with a diamond sunray design.
In an eloquent tribute to women, the new Reverso One Collection features timepieces brimming by creativity, with every last nuance an embodiment of femininity.
This high jewellery timepiece uses a mechanical, manual-winding movement — the Jaeger-LeCoultre Caliber 844 – and has hours and minutes functions. It has a power reserve of 38 hours.
The watchmaker finishes this shimmering jewellery design with a black satin strap with an 18-carat grey gold folding clasp.
Reverso One Réédition , Reverso One Cordonnet , Reverso One Duetto Moon and now Reverso One High Jewelry : once you’ve found your Reverso, it is forever “the One”.