The immortality of German Art

The prestigious German watchmaker A. Lange & Söhne (founded in 1785) is known worldwide for showcasing unique and everlasting pieces in the market. Its watches are not simply just timekeeping tools, but handcrafted works of art assembled with the finest materials under German watchmaking experts’ most rigorous supervision.

The A. Lange & Söhne Grand Compilation is the masterpiece of the firm. It consists of only six watches, each worth $2.5 million dollars. The Grand Complication is built with 876 pieces, 7 complications, and 14 functions inside a 50mm rose gold case that is only 20mm thick. It features a perpetual calendar (year, month, and day), a lunar phase display, chronograph, and a hand-stitched crocodile leader strap.



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