The differences between the two dials aren’t only functional, but also stylistic. This extends into the smaller details and finishes, providing the dials each their own distinctive feel. Be aware that the moon is hand-hammered on the other hand, but not so on the opposite (nor would be the moon and stars on the day/night indicator for that matter). Similarly, the front dial is silver with a fine frosted finish, while the rear dial comes with a hobnial guilloché pattern. 1 nice touch linking the two together is that on both sides the real indicators are completed apartment, without the various surrounding finishes. It is a subtle thing, but it reveals Jaeger-LeCoultre’s focus on detail.