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For several generations, the watchmakers of A. Lange & Söhne have been pursuing one goal: To craft timepieces that represent the pinnacle of international watchmaking artistry. Walter Lange once said: "There's something that we should expect not only of our watches, but also of ourselves: to never stand still." This is an attitude that we at A. Lange & Söhne have adopted with respect of exceptional mechanical masterpieces but also when dealing with important topics such as sustainability and social responsibility.


A Lange watch consists of several hundred individual parts that are painstakingly finished, decorated, and assembled by hand. In production, we make sure that the raw materials we use comply with internationally applicable guidelines. Our new manufacture building was designed in line with the strictest environmental standards.


As a mayor and a Landtag representative, Ferdinand A. Lange was aware of his social responsibility. We, too, are committed to the common good. With sincere conviction, we initiate and support social, cultural, and charitable projects.


We make some of the finest timepieces in international watchmaking.


In 1990, a watchmaking company named A. Lange & Söhne was established in Glashütte for the second time. Ferdinand Adolph Lange’s great-grandson Walter Lange had the courage to relaunch the brand from scratch. Since then, our company has experienced decisive milestones and paradigm changes.

More about A. Lange & Söhne and our timepieces

The history of A. Lange & Söhne is characterised by highs and lows, successes and difficult times, and mainly by unique, strong-willed individuals.
On the following pages, you will find information on maintaining and repairing your timepiece as well as the guarantee services.
The art of watchmaking
The art of watchmaking
Our craft is characterised by tradition. It can be found in classical elements as well as sophisticated watchmaking complications.