The clean geometric Art Deco silhouette of this legendary Jaeger-LeCoultre Grande Reverso 1931 Seconde Centrale watch features a 46.8 x 27.4mm white gold case. The black dial houses gold-powdered hour makers and a large central seconds counter in the middle of the dial with a shortened hand. With just one numeral at 12 o'clock, the elongated indices for the hours fan out from the central seconds counter like rays of the sun. Jaeger-LeCoultre's icon, the Reverso watch, was created following a request by British polo players in India to find a way to shield the glass on their watches from the blows and collisions during a polo game. In 1931, Jaeger-LeCoultre watches filed for a patent for its reversible watch with a swivel-based case that could be flipped over to protect the glass with the caseback, and in doing so created the Reverso. Equipped with an in-house calibre - JLC 966A - the automatic movement is just 4.20mm thick. This particular model is a limited Boutique Edition and is presented on a black alligator strap with a white gold pin buckle.