The ‘1815’ collection stands for the Ferdinand A. Lange’s birth year. Ferdinand A. Lange is the person who established this watch making company in Glashütte, and this collection is precisely designed to pay tribute to its creator’s year of birth. By remaining true to the company’s horological principles and traditional style elements, such as the railway-track minute scale, blue-toned hands and Arabic numerals, the 1815 collection has become a worthy ambassador of the brand’s watch making legacy. Since the time of its creation, the collection displays sporting elegance and great technical pride. With a design par excellence, this luxurious collection is scrupulously designed with much attention devoted to its minute detailing, which bedazzles on-lookers and watch lovers from across the globe.
The watch collection was designed to provide a classic simplicity, which is beautifully reflected in the unencumbered and cleaner dials, artistically etched out details complemented by baton, arrow or squelette shape hands to offer a calm sense of legibility. The collection that stands as an epitome of the brand’s long years of success is unfailingly serving people from generations after generations.
Refined from the finest quality material, the 1815 collection is an embodiment of innovative design and detailed craftsmanship. This limited edition collection also makes a fine display of semi-precious stones, high quality casing material and sealed push pieces. The 1815 collection offers eight different styles to choose from, which include quality leather bands that come in either brown or black, with dials ranging from silver, white to pure black, along with the variation of the Flyback Chronographs.
Every timepiece in this collection is powered with mechanical movement having a Glashütte appearance. Instead of adopting age-old watch making craft, such as featuring numerous bridges or Geneva wave decoration, the timepieces in this collection flaunt three-quarter plates, gold-made chatons and hand engraved balance cocks. On the other hand, the movements are constructed from the very famous “German silver” alloy composed of nickel and copper. This alloy lends an eye-catching colour and lustre to the collection, thus making the watches look unique. Moreover, the collection features simple as well as split-seconds chronographs, perpetual and annual calendars, world times, including tourbillions. In essence, this legendary collection, with its pragmatic and trustworthy features, is a symbol of the adventurous spirit that has always guided mankind.