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YELLOW-GOLD WATCHES

The oldest gold artefacts date from around 5,000 BC. The radiant material attracted people’s attention even in those times and became a coveted substance. Gold is rare, prestigious, corrosion-resistant, malleable and seemingly timeless. For watches and jewellery, however, this precious metal is too soft in its pure form.

The material’s strength can be increased by adding various alloy components. When producing yellow gold, the goal is to strengthen the material while maintaining the rich colour of the fine gold. Lange uses yellow gold with a purity of 18 carats (750 ppt) for cases and buckles. For some winding rotors, 21-carat gold is used, which is equivalent to 875 ppt purity.

Case Materials

Pink-Gold Watches
Pink-Gold Watches
Copper imparts gold with a reddish hue and transforms pure gold into a metal alloy that is very popular for watch cases.
Platinum Watches
Platinum Watches
Platinum means “little silver”, but the material is more precious than gold. It is eminently suited for crafting jewellery and for watchmaking.
Honeygold Watches
Honeygold Watches
Significantly harder than other gold alloys and with a unique warm hue, honey gold (HONEYGOLD®) is an 18-carat gold, exclusively reserved for our manufacture. To date, it has been used in 12 models. The name is an analogy with nature, describing the warm, glowing hue, resulting from the special ratio of pure gold, copper and zinc proportions.
White-Gold Watches
White-Gold Watches
With a comparatively small amount of palladium, the yellow colour of gold is transformed into a silvery white.
Yellow-Gold Watches
Yellow-Gold Watches
People have been fascinated by the yellow precious metal for time immemorial. It is rare, corrosion-resistant, forgeable, and seemingly everlasting.
Stainless Steel Watches
Stainless Steel Watches
Owing to its resilience, stainless steel is particularly suitable for timepieces conceived for wearers with an active lifestyle.

Explore Further

A. Lange & Söhne Is Reborn
A. Lange & Söhne Is Reborn
In 1989, Germany celebrated the fall of the Berlin Wall. Walter Lange immediately considers the establishment of a Lange manufacture in Glashütte and makes his dream come true.
Traditional Elements
Traditional Elements
Traditional style and design hallmarks typify A. Lange & Söhne timepieces and imbue them with inimitable charisma.
Decorated Timepieces
Decorated Timepieces
Timepieces with a decorative extra.

How can we be of service?

Whether you are in search of a specific model, have questions out of interest or need a service request for your timepiece – we are delighted to help you. We are at your service by phone, email or in one of our boutiques.

The A. Lange & Söhne salon in Zurich