Lang & Heyne Johann White Gold
The highly educated and artistically gifted monarch, King Johann, not only translated Dante’s “Divine Comedy” into German, but also created several literary works of his own. His diligent and innovative nature led him to examine and renew numerous aristocratic rules, leading Saxony into a period of booming economic development in the 1800s.
Like its namesake, this collection concentrates on the essentials of functionality, portraying the timeless elegance of a small second complication on its bipartite dial. Simple, elegant and straightforward, yet stunningly beautiful like the principles that drove the man.
This collection features three case materials: massive 18ct rose gold, massive 18ct white gold and 950 platinum. Further distinction is made by the dial colour which can be either pristine white, double-sunk enamel or solid silver, galvanic black.
Each piece has its own appeal and is very much driven by the needs and preferences of its wearer.
The white gold timepiece is crisp and understated. This piece is perfectly suited to all occasions and will hold its appeal and value for many generations to come.
Case: 43.5mm, height 10.5mm, sapphire crystal case front and back, 3 ATM, massive 18ct white gold
Dial: Double-sunk enamel dial, Roman numerals (also available with solid silver dial galvanic black)
Movement: Manual winding, 46 hour power reserve, hour and minute indication, eccentric second, second hand stop, in-house Calibre 1