A. Lange & Söhne, the luxury watch company officially retailed by Edwards Lowell in Malta, launched five stunning new pieces during this year’s Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie Genève.
The five watches were:
Datograph Perpetual Tourbillon – a unique combination of a flyback chronograph, a perpetual calendar with moonphases, a tourbillon with stop seconds, and a power-reserve indicator by A. Lange & Söhne presents itself in white gold for the first time, in this edition with a pink gold dial.
Lange 1 25th Anniversary – Limited to 250 watches, its most prominent feature is a hand-engraved hinged cuvette crafted from solid white gold. The engraving depicts the Lange family domain that dates back to 1873. The relief engraving is surrounded by the names of the company founders, Walter Lange and Günter Blümlein, and the lettering “25 YEARS LANGE 1".
Langematik Perpetual Honeygold – A 100-watch limited special edition of the Langematik Perpetual, available in honey gold. Used exclusively by A. Lange & Söhne, this material is more robust than other gold alloys and thus complements the lasting validity of the perpetual calendar, which displays the correct date every day until the year 2100.
Richard Lange Jumping Seconds – The regulator dial of the Richard Lange Jumping Seconds was inspired by historical observation watches. Its scientific-technical design focusses on the smallest of the three time units: the seconds. With its white markings complemented by a few red accents, the new black dial version of the white-gold timepiece has a decidedly functional and minimalist appearance.
Zeitwerk Date – Lange’s mechanical digital watch welcomes a newly designed movement that incorporates an additional function: The ring-shaped date display, perfectly harmonised with the Zeitwerk design, circles the dial. The ZEITWERK DATE comes in a 44.2-millimetre white-gold case; A glass ring with printed numerals from 1 to 31 around the dial displays the current date in red.
Based in Saxony, A. Lange & Söhne is one of the most exclusive brands in international fine watchmaking. The watchmakers at Lange still uphold the art of fine craftsmanship as it was once practiced at the court in Dresden. At the same time, they generate a continuous stream of technical innovations that contribute to the further development of precision mechanical watchmaking.
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