A. Lange & Söhne Revs Our Hearts With A Piece Unique 1815 Chronograph
A Lange beauty that we can only appreciate from afar.
We are not so presumptuous as to tell A. Lange & Söhne what kind of watches to make. But we imagine this lovely pink-brown 1815 Chronograph would be so hot and coveted as a regular series production model.
But alas, the reality is that this watch is a piece-unique that the rest of the world can only admire from a distance. This one-of-a-kind 1815 Chronograph was created for the ‘Best Show’ winner of the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este, an annual classic car showcase and competition held at Lake Como. The German watch Manufacture has been the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este’s watch partner for the past 10 years.
The watch is encased in 39.5mm white gold and bears a pink gold dial with brown chronograph counters. It also comes with a hinged cuvette hand-engraved with the Concorso coat of arms. Much to the envy of Lange fans, this 1815 Chronograph was presented to Andrew Pisker, who snared the award and watch with his 1937 Bugatti 57 S.
“The Concorso is a celebration of beauty, which is not only reflected in the shiny surfaces of the cars, but also when you look under the hood. It´s a similar kind of beauty that can be found in our timepieces,” says Wilhelm Schmid, CEO of A. Lange & Söhne.
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