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Jaeger-LeCoultre is celebrating its world of Reverso through a new pop-up exhibition in the heart of Sydney. Reverso Stories is comprised of four chapters, each diving deep into the watchmaking craftsmanship, design and reign of the Reverso icon throughout the last nine decades. Visitors can also explore Origin, the art installation created by Korean artist Yiyn Kang under the brand's Made of Makers programme.

And it gets better. Jaeger-LeCoultre has chosen the Sydney exhibit to launch three new limited-edition Reverso watches that showcase the enamelling, gold-leaf pailloange and gem-setting mastered by the Manufacturer's in-house Métiers Rares atelier. New, rare, miniature and even the world's first wristwatch with the four functioning faces - the Reverso Hybris Mechanica Calibre 185 ‘Quadriptyque’ - will be on show. A lesson in pure luxury.

Reverso Stories will run from 10–19 May 2024 in Martin Place, Sydney CBD, opening daily with free access to the public. Guided tours, lasting approximately 20 minutes, are available. Visitors may book online HERE.