A. Lange & Söhne Watchmaking
Established in 1845 by Ferdinand Adolph Lange in Glashütte, A. Lange & Söhne became globally renowned due to its valuable pocket watches and world-famous observation watches. With the World War II the company production stopped until the fall of the Berlin Wall that allowed the great-grandson Walter Lange bring A. Lange & Söhne back to life and, nowadays, the House continues to create timepieces with an outstanding functionality.
LANGE 1 and SAXONIA Collections
The iconic Lange 1 collection is a prime example of A. Lange & Söhne watchmaking artistry, mixing tradition with innovation and reinterpreting the conventional characteristics of Haute Horlogerie through modern design.
The Saxonia collection, reference to the German state, is distinguished due to its technical developments and elegant style, that is continuously improved according to contemporaneity.
ZEITWERK and 1815 Collections
A. Lange & Söhne is known for its mechanical complexity and tradition: the Zeitwerk collection features a digital display with a jumping numerals mechanism consisting of three discs and is one of the most advanced watches of the contemporary era; the 1815 collection is a fitting tribute to Ferdinand Adolph Lange and to the artisanal perfection he was known for.