The square classics by the Dresden-based brand gets a galvanic black silver dial in addition to enamel ones.
There are clearly not too many square dressy watches available in todays hi-end market, and those who dare to act in this niche usually push the art-deco aesthetics to its limit. Love it or hate it, but its a match made in heaven, and Georg by Lang & Heyne only proves this statement. You can choose from two noble looks: a rose gold case with lancet hands in rose gold, or a platinum case with polished steel hands and blued hand collets. Both are gracefully decorated with art deco numerals and a huge 14.5 mm eccentric second subdial at 6 o’clock. The subtle scales are accentuated with four red (rose gold version) or blue (platinum version) rhombs.
The curved case shape with a dimension of 40 mm tall, 32 mm wide, 9.4 mm thick, and the triple lugs directed downwards ensure a comfortable fit on a wrist. The in-house manually wound caliber VIII features a 55 hours power reserve, a hacking seconds function and a traditional German layout. This gorgeous movement is fully visible through the transparent sapphire crystal caseback. Black or blue alligator leather strap with shark leather lining complete the look. International price for the rose gold version is 29.050 EUR. The platinum one goes for 38.800 EUR.