Grande Reverso Ultra Thin

May 13, 2014


 

From the left to the right: New Grande Reverso Ultra Thin 1948, Original Reverso 1948

Featuring an attractive blend of elegance and sportiness since 1931, the Reverso became a great classic of the Art Deco cultural movement,  of which it embodies the essential values: refinement, artistic craftsmanship and aesthetic clarity.    

Today, the Manufacture Jaeger-LeCoultre pays tribute to the watch that heralded the Fabulous Fifties and presents the new  Grande Reverso Ultra Thin 1948, available exclusively from Jaeger-LeCoultre Boutiques.    

In 1948 just as in 2014, the designers of the Manufacture made sure to display the inscription  “Fabriqué en Suisse” (“Made in Switzerland”) on the dial, just above the Jaeger-LeCoultre signature.

No watch can claim to be closer to the world of Polo than Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Reverso.

Once again this year, Jaeger-LeCoultre will be involved in the 2014 Polo Season sponsoring some of the best competitions around the world, and being well represented on the finest polo fields by its ambassadors.

Discover more about Jaeger-LeCoultre and Polo now in video:


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