The iconic Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso watch was first developed in 1931 as a means of protecting the dial from shocks and knocks during polo matches. Since then, the Reverso had been revisited in many guises and, in 1994, the two-faced Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Duetto watch was conceived. Playing with appearance, personality and time itself, the Duetto offers two different dials in one watch, both powered by a single movement. This rose gold model features one dial with a pavé-set diamond and dial. With a simple movement, the dial flips over to reveal an entirely different face. A sleek black Art Deco inspired face is decorated with guilloché sunray engraving radiating from an off-centre dial. Powered by the hand-winding calibre 865 with a 48-hour power reserve, the watch is presented on a cream satin strap.