JAEGER-LECOULTRE Reverso Classic Monoface Small Seconds
JAEGER-LECOULTRE Reverso Classic Monoface Small Seconds
JAEGER-LECOULTRE Reverso Classic Monoface Small Seconds
JAEGER-LECOULTRE Reverso Classic Monoface Small Seconds
JAEGER-LECOULTRE Reverso Classic Monoface Small Seconds
JAEGER-LECOULTRE Reverso Classic Monoface Small Seconds
JAEGER-LECOULTRE Reverso Classic Monoface Small Seconds
JAEGER-LECOULTRE Reverso Classic Monoface Small Seconds

JAEGER-LECOULTRE Reverso Classic Monoface Small Seconds

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Brand: Jaeger-LeCoultre

Item Number: 10041

Description: The design of the Reverso Classic Large Small Seconds timepiece in steel is emblematic of the Reverso collection. Reflecting the finishes of the dial in miniature, the small second dial offers a second level of reading. It is dressed in a calfskin strap from the Fagliano Collection. Stainless Steel Case. Dimensions (L x W) 45.6 x 27.4mm. Water Resistance - 3 Bar. Silvered grey, Guilloché, vertically brushed, Black transferred numerals. Bâton hands. Leather light brown strap. Includes a second black alligator strap. Lug width: 20mm. Pin Buckle. 

Shipping: Free shipping on all order. Two-day delivery anywhere in the United States for all purchases over two thousand dollars and ground delivery for all other orders.

Story: In 1833, in the heart of the Vallée de Joux in Switzerland, Antoine LeCoultre (1803–1881) transformed his family’s small barn into a watchmaking atelier and began to create timepieces of great accuracy. He was an inventor who balanced both intellect and imagination, applying himself to the challenge of measuring time. Obsessed with accuracy, he took it upon himself to create the tools required to develop the smallest parts in order to produce the most accurate calibres. Upon its founding, Jaeger-LeCoultre officially became the first watch Manufacture in the Vallée de Joux, bringing every aspect of watchmaking craftsmanship together under one roof. This approach was a revolution for the industry. At that time, almost all watchmakers used to work from home. Each had their own specialty and personal craftsman secrets.
In 1888, the Manufacture was the most important company in the region, as confirmed by the industrial statistics of the Canton of Vaud. This was not only due to the use of machines and to its extraordinary production capacity, but at the time it employed 480 workers, both men and women. In 1903 a meeting between Frenchman Edmond Jaeger and Jacques-David LeCoultre of Switzerland changed watchmaking forever. Together, they successfully fused French style and Swiss technique, an approach which still prevails at the Grande Maison today.

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