Jaeger Le Coultre Reverso A Eclipse


Jaeger Le Coultre reverso A Eclipse, all 18ct pink gold case, held on a genuine brown alligator strap with matching rose gold folding clasp, mechanical hand wound movement, unique shutter dial, with emanel painting revealed behind, finished with a sapphire crystal glass.

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In the 1930’s the brand was set a challenge to create practically the worlds first true sports watch. The idea came from the British military who were based in India, needing a watch that could stand the punishment of Polo games and being hit with a mallet. The Reverso shows its classic art deco design with its design and style. Over recent years the design has been perfected and grown in size and numerous new caliber designs and complications have been added. Some of the more unique and limited edition Reverso also utilized the artisan work of the emanellers. This can be shown today in the Reverso a Eclipse watches. This particular Reverso A Eclipse is a limited edition 1/5 watches. Designed honoring some of the worlds most celebrated artists this model was dedicated to Gustav Klimt”s painting named “Danae”. The watch is held in an all 18ct pink gold rectangular swivel case, held on a genuine brown alligator strap with matching 18ct pink gold buckle. Mechanical hand wound movement. The dial is made in two parts, first is the unique 18ct pink gold shutter dial with transferred arabic numerals, operated by a wheel on the outside of the case (unique to JLC) it reveals the Klimt inspired enamel dial beneath. Finished with a sapphire crystal glass. A truly unique and rare piece.


Reverso A Eclipse

Case Material

18ct rose gold

Dial Type


Bezel Type

Bracelet Material

Geniune Alligator





Grading Style


Mechanical Hand-wound





Water Resistance

30 Meters

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