Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso customized by Jonathan Meese

Jaeger-LeCoultre joined hands with German artist Jonathan Meese in creating a special customized design for the case-back of the Grande Reverso Ultra Thin Tribute to 1931.

Courtesy of Jaeger-LeCoultre
An exceptional time-piece of art issued in two copies only. Art- as well as watch-lovers now have the possibility to exclusively buy one model of this Jonathan Meese designed Reverso. The proceeds will be given to the German Apoplexia Foundation. Founded in 1993, it advocates a modern and efficient care for patients who suffer from apoplectic strokes. In Germany almost 270.000 persons per year suffer from a stroke. Of course, this affects above all elderly people, but also around 300 children suffer an apoplectic stroke every year. Around 64% of these patients remain handicapped and are in need of care. The German Apoplexia 

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