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18K Rose Gold Lange 1 Timezone 18K Rose Gold Lange 1 Timezone 18K Rose Gold Lange 1 Timezone 18K Rose Gold Lange 1 Timezone

18K Rose Gold Lange 1 Timezone

by A. Lange & Sohne

An incredible piece from A. Lange und Sohne, the Lange 1 Timezone features a worldtimer with seperate time display on a subdial, quick set via a pusher on the side of the case. It also has a big-date with quickset and power reserve display. In as-new condition with the original box and papers.

Specifications

Vendor SKU

116.032

Bracelet

Brown hand-stitched crocodile strap with 18k rose gold tang buckle.

Case

18k rose gold 42mm case. 11mm height. Sapphire crystal. Sapphire exhibition caseback. Quickset pushers for date and worldtimer on left side of case.

Movement

Lange calibre L031.1. Manual winding, hand-finished 54 jewel movement with dual barrels and 72 hour power reserve. Special quickset (via pushers) functions for big-date and worldtimer complication.

Dial

Solid silver grained dial with applied 18k rose gold markers and signature Lange 1 assymetrical dial layout. Rose gold and blued steel hands. Big date display at 2 o'clock. Subdial showing secondary time zone at 4.30. Main time display at 9 o'clock. Power reserve indicator at 3 o'clock. Sub seconds dial for each time display. Worldtimer scale on rotating internal bezel.

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When most people think of fine haute-horlogerie, they think of Switzerland. Rightly so, considering that Switzerland has some of the finest brands in the industry and the vast majority of modern watchmaking talent resides there. There is, however, an exception to this trend – in the Saxon countryside of Germany lies the city of Glashutte, a tiny town that has become the hub of German watchmaking. Here is where you will find the factory of A. Lange & Sohne, one of the best timepiece manufactures located outside of Switzerland.