The A. Lange & Söhne 1815 tourbillon has been for four years a sober icon of luxury and discretion. Honoring the classic concept of lavishness, the 1815 watch is not so much about what you can show off on the outside, but the value you hide on the inside.
This time, a limited edition of the A. Lange & Söhne 1815 tourbillon comes to the market to give a whole new level of style and elegance with its subtle details. If something has enriched the value of the 1815 tourbillon within the years, it has been the production of delicate and refined limited editions. We’ve already seen the A. Lange & Söhne – 1815 tourbillon handwerkskunst limited edition and the silver version.
Nevertheless, this model is without a doubt a much more sober design pointing to external moderation with the most interesting features hidden at first sight; an ideal of lush that has much less to do with flamboyance.
This way, from a distance, the white enamel A. Lange & Söhne 1815 tourbillon seems to be the same thing as the original version. Nevertheless, when you take a closer look, you’ll spot the differences. The A. Lange & Söhne – 1815 tourbillon Enamel Dial limited edition focuses on discretion and accuracy It’s no secret that tourbillon watches are all about accuracy; this doesn’t mean they can’t indulge themselves with some design exciting details. This is exactly what makes the special edition so exquisite, as its subtle design hides in plain sight its most delightful luxury.
To begin with the obvious, the case is the same as the silver version only that its weight is slightly higher. This difference allows the inclusion of the enamel dial, which is one of the most delicate materials.
The enamel treatment requires several days of repeating the process, and the minimum inclusion of any dust particle would ruin it completely. This delicate enamel coat on a flat surface, highlights a red 12 index completing a classic design that resembles the ancient pocket watches they used to produce.
Of course, the superb decoration of the 1-minute Tourbillon stands out at a 6 o’clock window, starring a diamonds endstone. Once again boasting its discretion tendency, hidden in the back you can appreciate the movement of The A. Lange & Söhne 1815 tourbillon.
Finally, its refined alligator leather strap and all the characteristic features of the first The A. Lange & Söhne 1815 tourbillon combine in this limited edition to bring the simplest yet highest luxury to its user.