In the first of a One to Watch series looking at what got everyone talking at Baselworld, David Duggan shares his top Rolex picks from this year’s fair.
Reverso | Classic
The watch collector César de Trey teamed up with Jacques-David LeCoultre during the winter of 1930-1931 to create a watch that could withstand shock, after witnessing a shattered watch during a polo match whilst travelling in India. The firm Jaeger S.A. was appointed by LeCoultre to create a reversible case using a unique slide and flip mechanism taken from the French designer René-Alfred Chauvot; this in turn was accompanied by a case back which could be personalised.
- MODEL REFERENCE NO - N/A
- DAVID DUGGAN REFERENCE NO - JLC364
- CASE - Steel and Yellow Metal
- MOVEMENT - Manually Wound
- BRACELET - Leather watch strap
- AGE - September 1997
- GENDER - Male
- PRICE - £ 2995
- AVAILABILITY - Sold but please enquire
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