White gold is produced by admixing various alloy components to stabilise the material and make it appealing for use in jewellery manufacturing and watchmaking. Palladium plays a key role in this since a relatively low amount of, say, 150 parts is sufficient to transform the gold’s yellow colour into the silvery white to which this alloy owes its name. At Lange, we use white gold with a purity of 18 carats (750 ppt).
Copper imparts gold with a reddish hue and transforms pure gold into a metal alloy that is very popular for watch cases.
Platinum means “little silver”, but the material is more precious than gold. It is eminently suited for crafting jewellery and for watchmaking.
Honey gold: harder than other gold alloys, unique in colour and exclusive to Lange watches.
Traditional style and design hallmarks typify A. Lange & Söhne timepieces and imbue them with inimitable charisma.
In their understated yet inimitable way, our classics focus on A. Lange & Söhne’s typical brand hallmarks.
Be it a simple model or a highly sophisticated timepiece – at A. Lange & Söhne, every movement is assembled twice.