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Lange & Söhne

In November 1989 Germany celebrates the fall of the Berlin Wall, a moving historical event. The days of separation and division come to an end. And it is also the end of an involuntary hiatus of over 40 years. Walter Lange immediately starts thinking about the chance for a new beginning for his family business in Glashütte – and makes his dream come true. In 1990, Walter Lange and the successful watch manager Günter Blümlein make a plan to establish the Lange manufactory anew.
A. Lange & Söhne is brought back to life. Ferdinand Adolph Lange is not just the founder of the fine Saxon watchmaker. It is his personality and his values that are the spiritual essence of A. Lange & Söhne and drive the company to new heights in watchmaking.

The new Lange Uhren GmbH files its first patent as early as 1992: the outsize date. It is used two years later in three of the four first A. Lange & Söhne watches. The outsize date becomes a distinctive feature of many of A. Lange & Söhne’s timepieces. Creating timepieces with outstanding functionality is second nature for the manufactory. Inspired by Ferdinand Adolph Lange, every timepiece is developed today with the aim of improving the watch precision, making it more readable or easier to operate.

Lange & Söhne

In November 1989 Germany celebrates the fall of the Berlin Wall, a moving historical event. The days of separation and division come to an end. And it is also the end of an involuntary hiatus of over 40 years. Walter Lange immediately starts thinking about the chance for a new beginning for his family business in Glashütte – and makes his dream come true. In 1990, Walter Lange and the successful watch manager Günter Blümlein make a plan to establish the Lange manufactory anew.
A. Lange & Söhne is brought back to life. Ferdinand Adolph Lange is not just the founder of the fine Saxon watchmaker. It is his personality and his values that are the spiritual essence of A. Lange & Söhne and drive the company to new heights in watchmaking.

The new Lange Uhren GmbH files its first patent as early as 1992: the outsize date. It is used two years later in three of the four first A. Lange & Söhne watches. The outsize date becomes a distinctive feature of many of A. Lange & Söhne’s timepieces. Creating timepieces with outstanding functionality is second nature for the manufactory. Inspired by Ferdinand Adolph Lange, every timepiece is developed today with the aim of improving the watch precision, making it more readable or easier to operate.

Lange & Söhne

In November 1989 Germany celebrates the fall of the Berlin Wall, a moving historical event. The days of separation and division come to an end. And it is also the end of an involuntary hiatus of over 40 years. Walter Lange immediately starts thinking about the chance for a new beginning for his family business in Glashütte – and makes his dream come true. In 1990, Walter Lange and the successful watch manager Günter Blümlein make a plan to establish the Lange manufactory anew.
A. Lange & Söhne is brought back to life. Ferdinand Adolph Lange is not just the founder of the fine Saxon watchmaker. It is his personality and his values that are the spiritual essence of A. Lange & Söhne and drive the company to new heights in watchmaking.

The new Lange Uhren GmbH files its first patent as early as 1992: the outsize date. It is used two years later in three of the four first A. Lange & Söhne watches. The outsize date becomes a distinctive feature of many of A. Lange & Söhne’s timepieces. Creating timepieces with outstanding functionality is second nature for the manufactory. Inspired by Ferdinand Adolph Lange, every timepiece is developed today with the aim of improving the watch precision, making it more readable or easier to operate.

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