In 2011, Casa Fagliano has come together with Jaeger leCoultre in a unique collaboration on the Reverso.
Jaeger LeCoultre originally created the Reverso in 1931 for the british polo players of the Army of India. The watch casing is able to pivot 180 degrees on itself in order to protect the dial from the hits that come with the sport, a potential risks that comes with riding horses at high-speed whilst swinging mallets. The watch was re-introduced in 2011 for its 80th anniversary with a special partnership with the world renowned polo boots craftsman, Casa Fagliano.
Casa Fagliano hand-crafts the reverse’s watch strap with the same cordovan leather that is used to make the signature polo boots. It takes the family 24 hours to make a single strap from scratch.
If you wish to order a cordovan watch strap for your Reverso, please contact us through our form with the reference number of your watch. Special sizes and customisations are available
Our watch straps are made from a selection of the finest pieces of cordovan leather. Each strap is made to order, in a range of combination, allowing you to chose the colour of your leather and stitching. Special customisation are possible.
The Reverso 2018 Boutique Edition, was launched as a limited edition, and 100 watch straps were manufactured using a two-tone brown cordovan watch strap by Casa Fagliano. The strap was entirely handmade in our Hurlingham atelier. Today the watch strap is only available as a replacement or special modification for clients whom already own it.
The 2019 Edition of the Fagliano Reverso was also produced as a limited edition, with only 100 pieces created. The design was created in a two-tone blue cordovan strap by Casa Fagliano. The watch strap was entirely handmade in our Hurlingham atelier. Today the watch strap is only available as a replacement or special modification for clients whom already own it.