Weekly Watch Photo – A. Lange & Söhne Tourbograph
The sole reason for Monochrome’s Weekly Watch Photo is to praise the magnificence of a wonderful watch and additionally development that is captured in a remarkable delightful manner. Also, that’s precisely what this week’s photograph does…
Friend and partner Peter Chong is one of the most respected watch picture takers on the planet and his enthusiasm for lovely watches from A. Lange & Söhne previously brought about a few Weekly Watch Photo posts and, more significant, a dazzling book about the Pour le Mérite assortment from A. Lange & Söhne .
Earlier this year we talked with Mr Chong about his energy for A. Lange & Söhne and discovered it was an exceptionally close to home reslationship between him, the brand and individuals behind the brand up to the most elevated positions. The outcome is a sublime book, with heaps of data about the brand, its set of experiences, the Pour le Mérite assortment and its proprietors/authorities. It shows precisely what is the issue here, so I feel there’s a lot of similarity between Mr Chong’s drive to compose this book and my own drive to run Monochrome.
A. Lange & Söhne’s Pour le Mérite assortment is the most great, generally select and most complicated assortment of watches from this German watch brand. What’s more, when it’s their generally complicated, then you can be certain it’s among the best accessible in the whole world.
All exemplary watchmaking abilities are being regarded polished when making these watches and no exertion is saved. Obviously all development parts are completely hand-completed and furthermore the movement parts that can’t be seen, similar to the mainplate top side that is underneath the dial. Fortunately the dial, with its lovely hand guiloche finish is additionally a treat for the eye.
To see a greater amount of Peter Chong’s watch photography, if it’s not too much trouble, visit his blog here . On the A. Lange & Söhne site you can discover more data about the whole assortment, including the Pour le Mérite Collection.
This article is composed by Frank Geelen, leader editorial manager for Monochrome Watches .