Watch enthusiasts will tell you that wearing a fine timepiece is much like having art on your wrist, but Jaeger LeCoultre takes it one step further with their Reverso Tribute to Vincent van Gogh. What looks like a traditional Reverso hides a very impressive secret, a dial that slides open to reveal a miniature version of van Gogh's famous self portrait that has been carefully hand-enameled in collaboration with the Van Gogh museum in Amsterdam. The watch will feature a platinum case, JLC's in-house 849 movement, and will be limited to just four pieces.
Jaeger-LeCoultre's new Reverso celebrates the Year of the Tiger
The watch's case back takes 55 working hours to complete.
Jaeger-LeCoultre unveils the Reverso Tribute Enamel Hidden Treasures series
The watches pay tribute to Gustave Courbet, Vincent Van Gogh, and Gustav Klimt.