One year after a grandiose celebration held for its 85th anniversary, Swiss manufacturer Jaeger-LeCoultre is coming back this year with a brand new version of its legendary Reverso who paid tribute to René Magritte. Imagined in 1931, the Reverso quickly became emblematic of the sensual and free atmosphere of the 30s, with the magnificence of its Art Deco-inspired lines reigning supreme. Today, the Reverso One Duetto Jewelry is appearing in a rose gold version. An icon invented by British officers in India that liked to play cricket, this timepiece pays homage to femininity with an underlying Art Deco style.
With rare elegance and revered lines, the new rose gold interpretation of the Reverso One Duetto Jewelry watch is the fruit of the work of a number of artisan jewelers. The Reverso holds its character up high, lending its elegance to any look. This style is easily one of the Reverso collection’s most precious offerings, but the timepiece still majestically respects Jaeger-LeCoultre’s philosophy of simplicity. Here, form is born from function. With elongated lines and a rectangular case, the novelty resides mostly in the bracelet.
The brand’s artisans created a rose gold bracelet that sports geometric links encrusted with highly original diamonds of a total weight of 18 carats. This gem was imagined with links that perfectly come together to espouse the wrist’s movements. This minute work echoes out to the design on the reverse side of the watch – engraved rhombuses give a graphic aspect that’s reinforced by a delicate encrusting of a number of small brilliant-cut diamonds. On the dial, the sweetness of Bali nacre awakens the senses, as the Reverso One Duetto Jewelry is presented in its most legendary version yet.