The 18K rose gold case Best a. lange & söhne 1815 tourbillon replica watch measuring 39.5 mm in diameter by 11.1 mm in thickness the new 1815 Tourbillon Handwerkskunst is the fifth watch to be released within the series of ‘Handwerkskunst’ watches. A. Lange & Söhne’s fifth ‘handwerkskunst’ edition is a precious homage to Ferdinand Adolph Lange, the great Saxon watchmaking pioneer whose 200th birthday is being celebrated this year. The main difference versus the model presented in 2014 is the dial. It is made of black rhodiumed pink gold and decorated with elegant tremblage engraving.
To commemorate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Ferdinand Adolph Lange, A. Lange & Söhne has just released one of the most beautiful watches we’ve seen lately. The new a. lange & söhne 1815 tourbillon replica watch Handwerkskunst ref. 730.048F is the first A. Lange & Söhne watch that combines a stop-seconds device for the tourbillon and the zero-reset mechanism. At the close of the anniversary year that commemorates the 200th birthday of Ferdinand Adolph Lange, this paragon of precision timekeeping is being presented in a limited ‘Handwerkskunst’ artisanship edition featuring extraordinary dial and movement decorations.
The relief elements on the dial a. lange & söhne 1815 replica watch , including the prominent arced brand logo and the numerals, are later polished to a mirror gloss and contrast prominently against the dark background. An aperture in the dial reveals the large one-minute tourbillon. The tourbillon bridge and the upper part of the cage are black-polished: this is one of the most elaborate and time-consuming finissage techniques.
The first time a ‘Handwerkskunst’ model was released by a. lange & söhne replica watch was in the year 2011 when the Richard Lange Tourbillon ‘Pour le Mérite’ Handwerkskunst in honey gold limited edition of 15 pieces made its apperance. ‘Handwerkskunst’, the German word for artisanship, is an attribute of distinction that A. Lange & Söhne has been using since 2011 to identify special limited-edition watches whose dials and movements are endowed with rare finissage and engraving techniques. Together, these mechanisms make it possible to stop and set the timepiece with one-second accuracy. The engraver who uses this technique sculpts the material with a specially crafted lining burin to achieve a uniform, fine granular structure.