HISTORY OF TIME: REVERSO
The Jaeger-Lecoultre: Reverso 1931 watch, is Known for being the first reversible watch, born of a need for functionality not design unlike many of today’s watches. It was designed to be flipped over during a polo match so to protect the watch’s casing, the Reverso was released by Jacques-David LeCoultre in 1931 to wide appeal.
The print depicts the now famous Reverso Classique in all of its Art Deco glory. It features a simple and understated design, which makes the watch perfect to wear both formally and casually. It is a perfect addition to any watch lover’s collection. This lithographic print comes from a limited edition of 500 and is pressed in Long Island City, New York on 100 lb FSC certified archival cover stock using the best Van Sons Elite soy based inks.