I would love to own this watch. Ever since I saw it at SIHH it’s been haunting me. The Great Wave has always been a favorite piece of art to me. I don’t think there are any left so I admire it in photos. This photo is courtesy of SJX, with thanks.

Jan 13, 2021,17:44 PM

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Very cool! Coincidentally I recently saw an ad on Reddit for a Seiko LE with the same art.

 By: BigAppleBill : January 13th, 2021-18:02
I was tempted. Here’s the ad: And a video: https://m.

I could see Fuji from my old apartment...

 By: mdg : January 13th, 2021-19:57
...but thankfully not the tsunami : )

I am right there with you...

 By: Dave G : January 13th, 2021-20:39
I looked at this watch in person a few years ago in the London Boutique. At the time I came close to purchasing but the price is six figures and I couldn't fully justify it. I approached the Boutique again a year later to see if there was still a piece ar...  

Wow...what is that simple blue dial Reverso?

 By: Esharp : January 13th, 2021-20:53
The one without a seconds hand - looks like some wizardry on the dial but I can’t quite tell what...tell us more??? Best E.

Not quite a simple Reverso...this is the dial side of The Wave piece

 By: Dave G : January 13th, 2021-21:17
The piece in question a limited white gold piece with blue enamel dial. There is a gullioche of some sort under the enamel.


 By: Esharp : January 13th, 2021-22:18
Thanks - that makes the Wave all the more entrancing. It’s a simple watch from one perspective, but of course not simple at all. Must say the price tag does seem a bit eye-watering, though - I would have expected a premium given the work that went into it... 

So much more elegant

 By: xxn : January 13th, 2021-22:18
than the small sub seconds version

Gorgeous Reverso

 By: Watchonthewrist : January 14th, 2021-00:54