1815

1815

1815 reference 235.032 in pink gold

AN AMBASSADOR OF TRADITION

With its name, the 1815 refers to the birth year of Ferdinand Adolph Lange, the manufactory’s founder. In 1845, he set off for Glashütte, a village in Saxony. His bold decision was not only the groundbreaking moment for German precision watchmaking but also helped start a new economic upswing in a distressed region. His pocket watches quickly gained global acclaim and became esteemed companions in affluent circles.

Close-up of movement L051.1 of the 1815

MOVEMENT L051.1

The design of the 1815 is characterised by traditional hallmarks: with blued hands, Arabic numerals and the railway-track minute scale, it is an ambassador of Lange’s watchmaking tradition. The movement is endowed with traditional features as well such as the three-quarter plate made of untreated German silver, the blued screws, the screwed gold chatons and the hand-engraved balance cock.

Movement L051.1 of the 1815

EXPLORE FURTHER

TRADITIONAL ELEMENTS
TRADITIONAL ELEMENTS
Traditional style and design hallmarks typify A. Lange & Söhne timepieces and imbue them with inimitable charisma.
THREE-QUARTER PLATE
THREE-QUARTER PLATE
The three-quarter plate that dates back to Ferdinand Adolph Lange ranks among the typical hallmarks of A. Lange & Söhne timepieces.
FINISHING AND ENGRAVING
FINISHING AND ENGRAVING
Even the most minute pieces undergo an elaborate finishing.
THE 1815 FAMILY

THE 1815 FAMILY

IN THE TRADITION OF FERDINAND ADOLPH LANGE

With precision, perfection, courage, and modesty as its attributes, the 1815 watch family pays tribute to the founder of the Lange manufactory.

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Crafted by hand in Glashütte, Germany.

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