Horological history of Germany explained at the watch museum in the centre of Glashütte.
An exhibition dedicated to the revival of German watchmaking in post-war Glashütte during the years of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) has opened at the German Watch Museum Glashütte, courtesy of Glashütte Original.
The only chronograph in the Lang & Heyne line-up is named after 19th century ruler Albert of Saxony, and it is a masterpiece.
One of the most interesting processes at the Lange factory in Glashütte is the manufacture of hairsprings, a surprisingly labour intensive process for a small and seemingly simple part. Lange is one of only a handful of brands which are able to manufacture their own hairsprings.