At the 80th anniversary of the Reverso watch series, the famous cartoonist Qibo conceived and designed an artistically attractive rose gold Reverso & agrave; & eacute; clipses hidden enamel painting Watch with exquisite dial crafted with enamel painting.
The famous Swiss artist visited the watch factory last April, and this watch was inspired by this visit. Just like the carving process, the enamel painting process is one of the enviable precious craftsmanship of Jaeger-LeCoultre.
Today, there are three masters in the enamel painting workshop, who jointly undertake the personalized customization of the Reverso watch series and various enamel painted dials.
Jaeger-LeCoultre’s enamel painting masters use cutting-edge craftsmanship in the new series every year, combining the watchmaking tradition and innovation spirit of the watch factory to create these unparalleled masterpieces.
This unique Reverso watch designed by Zipper will be auctioned by Artcurial Auction House in Paris on November 29, 2011. The auction proceeds will be used to fund the Association of Muscular Dystrophies Research Association (association mon & eacute; gasque contre les Myopathies).
At the same time, it also kicked off the exhibition held at the Club de Veytay Polo Club during the final of the Jaeger-LeCoultre Geneva Polo Masters.
Qi Bo (aka Philippe Chappuis) said: ‘I have always been fascinated by the beauty of miniaturized machinery and movement structure. The design that combines Titeuf with the sophisticated mechanical parts of the Reverso watch is natural to me. This is reminiscent of Charlie Chaplin’s Modern Times. I hope my personal characteristics will not affect the legendary precision of the Reverso flip watch & hellip; & hellip; & rdquo;