Lange unveils "terra-brown" dials for its Saxonia Automatic, the German watchmaker's entry-level self-winding wristwatch.
The New York City watchmaker talks about his life and craft, illustrated by acclaimed photographer John Clang.
We go up close with Lange's critically acclaimed Richard Lange Jumping Seconds.
The new Saxonia Thin 37mm is the most affordable Lange in the line-up, priced at under US$15,000.
The most complicated wristwatch ever made in Germany, the Lange Grand Complication has just reached its first owner.
An experience of the ultimate classic car show on the shores of Lake Como with A. Lange & Söhne.
A. Lange & Söhne will once again sponsor the classic car show on the shores of Lake Como, with a one-of-a-kind Lange 1 Time Zone for the "Best of Show".
One of rarest watches made by A. Lange & Söhne in recent years, the Lange 1 Honey Gold combines the German watchmaker's proprietary gold alloy with a movement featuring additional and elaborate decoration. Here's a detailed look at one of the 20 made.
Big, bold and intricate, the Datograph Perpetual Tourbillon combines one of the most beautiful chronograph movements with a perpetual calendar and tourbillon to create one of the most complicated watches made by A. Lange & Söhne.
A. Lange & Söhne put on a good show at SIHH 2016, with a small but well segmented line-up that included the outstanding Richard Lange Jumping Seconds. Here's a personal take on the offerings from Lange, including original photos and prices.