The A. Lange & Söhne 1815 Chronograph - The facts
That according to the special occasion, the birth year of the founder Ferdinand Adolph Lange, a chronograph of the special kind to be designed wanted, understood itself of course. The dial, for example, was made of solid silver. The hands were made of blued rhodium-plated steel, which lends the noble handcrafted piece a certain incomparable note. The case is made of white gold and fits in a particularly elegant way around the hand-cut sapphire crystal. This sapphire crystal was also used on the back of the noble piece, which makes the piece unmistakable at first glance. The L 951.5, designed by Lange, was intended as its caliber. Perfection in craftsmanship is evident not least inside the noble chronograph. The three-quarter plate has hand engravings. The framed rubies and the blued screws, which are clearly visible at first glance, lend the chronograph an elegant beauty that not every chronograph is able to match.
The A. Lange & Söhne 1815 Chronograph - Perfection with Character
The technical perfection of the 1815 series achieves a perfect symbiosis through its timeless attractiveness and design. The resulting stylish elegance made the chronograph one of the most beautiful, technically sophisticated and at the same time one of the noblest chronographs. It remains to be mentioned that Lange's creative staff, the chronographs in white gold, red gold and red gold in Arguente, are available to collectors.