Known for being the first reversible watch, the JLC Reverso ability to flip around was 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 it’s 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 signed and numbered from a limited edition of 500
and is pressed locally in Long Island City, New York on 100 lb FSC certified archival cover stock
using the best Van Sons Elite soy based inks
. We offer a choice of contemporary wood frames. Choose your finishing option below.