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This richly illustrated volume traces the story of one of the worlds most recognizable wristwatches through archive images and original photography. Together with an evocative text by noted author; historian; journalist; and horological specialist Nicholas Foulkes. Born in 1931 at the height of the Art Deco period the Reverso was created in response to the challenge of designing a wristwatch that could withstand the rigours of polo matches.
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Founded in Paris in 1994 by Prosper and Martine Assouline, Assouline is the first luxury brand on culture. It began with the desire to create a new, contemporary style of book, using the couple's experienced eye for visually rich stories and compelling narratives.
Guided by their passion for knowledge, culture and travel, the Assoulines have since expanded their vision to 1,700 titles in three main collections, along with special editions and unique library accessories—a grand oeuvre of inspiring creations. Throughout the last quarter of a century, the brand has established a network of international boutiques in prominent locations across the globe. Assouline has also inaugurated a curated library service, working closely with clients to visualize, design, and develop bespoke, one-of-a-kind libraries.
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