Precision and finesse
1845 was the year that Ferdinand Adolph Lange laid down the foundation for what we know today as A. Lange & Söhne. Richard and Emil, the sons of Ferdinand, inherited the watchmaking company when their father passed away. Richard took after his father in the sense that he was an ambitious watchmaker and innovator. He invented numerous new features and improvements for the already celebrated Lange timepiece. Thanks to Richard Lange, the company has been granted 27 patents that are still utilised to this day.
Evidently, the Richard Lange collection celebrates the eponymous inventive watchmaker. The elegance of the watch speaks for itself and impresses with restrained design elements. The dial of the watch is fitted with the basic hours, minutes, and seconds hands. Furthermore, readings of the watch are accurate to one-sixth of a second. The watch is also equipped with a stop-seconds mechanism, which stops the second hand when the crown is pulled, ultimately yielding precise timekeeping. The Lange manufacture calibre L041.2 subtly ticks at the heart of the timepiece and is enclosed by a case diameter of 40.5-millimeters and a case height of 10.5-millimeters. The case is comprised of either platinum ((Ref. 232025) or red gold (Ref. 232032).
The classic round timepiece is further enhanced with a clear dial design that provides simple legibility. The Richard Lange is created with the highest-quality materials and is suitable for any occasion. Furthermore, the timepiece demonstrates a technical sophistication that watch experts have come to yearn for.