As premium watchmaker, A. Lange & Söhne, celebrates 175 years of Saxonian precision watchmaking, it is presenting three exceptional models at the Watches & Wonders event in Shanghai that started on September 8. These limited editions with cases made of Lange-exclusive honey-gold as well as special movement decorations and dials are dedicated to Ferdinand Adolph Lange, who 175 years ago laid the foundation of the company by establishing his manufactory in Glashütte.
Limited to 175 pieces, the 1815 Thin Honeygold is a timelessly elegant two-hand watch with a white enamel dial inspired by Lange pocket watches. The 1815 Rattrapante Honeygold is the first watch from A.
Lange & Söhne to focus on the classic complications of timekeeping—chronograph and rattrapante—in their pure form. It is limited to 100 pieces. The Tourbograph Perpetual Honeygold is the most complicated timepiece and is the first Lange watch with a honey-gold dial. This is limited to just 50 pieces.