Expensive watch exhibition in Singapore for watch lovers

A Lange and Sohne watch brand is bringing in 100-timepieces to Singapore, including rare pocket watches from its archives, and this year's new creations on the exhibition for two weeks.

Visitors stand in front of the exhibition stand of Swiss watch manufacturer Patek Philippe
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Lange and Sohne watch brand is bringing in 100-timepieces to Singapore, including rare pocket watches from its archives, and 2017's new creations on the exhibition for two weeks. This is one of the finest brands in Singapore which is known for its iconic time pieces like Lange 1, the Datograph, the cabinet and venerable Pour le Merite and exclusive .

The famous brand is entering the Lion City, along with the German Manufacture. The new creations are displayed on Sincere Fine Watches at Takashimaya Shopping Centre,where the exhibition displays historical pocket watches from its archives, concluding it with its 2017 novelties.

It will also be Sincer's rarest dedication to the appreciation of horological artistry collection. The key highlights of the exhibition are the reunion of the first four wristwatches created in 1994, when the brands were re-established including species like Lange 1, the Saxonia, the Arkade and the Tourbillon Pour Le Merite.

Each year, the company crafts and assembles by hand a few thousand time pieces boasting exclusive moments and stunning decorations in gold or platinum. Lange and Sohane came into existence way back in 1845 in the little town of Galshutte in Saxony, previously a part of East Germany.

However, the fate of the company changed when Lange took charge of the company which was well known for producing beautifully constructed watches, and also famous for the oversized wrist watches made for Germany military in late 1930's.

These watches are amongst the finest luxury watches in the world that combines mechanical precision, esquisite detailing and rich materials. Watches like Dials are generally silver or enamel with unique and distinctive features, making them easily distinguishable from Swiss luxury brands.

After 100 tourbillions in 2013 and 100 complications in 2015, this is the third event in Sincer Fine Watches' 100 series and the first mono-brand. The latest version sounds the time as it appears on the digital display in hours and 10-minute interval. Produced in a limited edition of 100 pieces, this watch is crafted from honey gold which is stronger than other gold alloys.

Visitors stand in front of the exhibition stand of Swiss watch manufacturer Patek Philippe
Picture for representation Reuters

Lange and Sohne watch brand is bringing in 100-timepieces to Singapore, including rare pocket watches from its archives, and 2017's new creations on the exhibition for two weeks. This is one of the finest brands in Singapore which is known for its iconic time pieces like Lange 1, the Datograph, the cabinet and venerable Pour le Merite and exclusive .

The famous brand is entering the Lion City, along with the German Manufacture. The new creations are displayed on Sincere Fine Watches at Takashimaya Shopping Centre,where the exhibition displays historical pocket watches from its archives, concluding it with its 2017 novelties.

It will also be Sincer's rarest dedication to the appreciation of horological artistry collection. The key highlights of the exhibition are the reunion of the first four wristwatches created in 1994, when the brands were re-established including species like Lange 1, the Saxonia, the Arkade and the Tourbillon Pour Le Merite.

Each year, the company crafts and assembles by hand a few thousand time pieces boasting exclusive moments and stunning decorations in gold or platinum. Lange and Sohane came into existence way back in 1845 in the little town of Galshutte in Saxony, previously a part of East Germany.

However, the fate of the company changed when Lange took charge of the company which was well known for producing beautifully constructed watches, and also famous for the oversized wrist watches made for Germany military in late 1930's.

These watches are amongst the finest luxury watches in the world that combines mechanical precision, esquisite detailing and rich materials. Watches like Dials are generally silver or enamel with unique and distinctive features, making them easily distinguishable from Swiss luxury brands.

After 100 tourbillions in 2013 and 100 complications in 2015, this is the third event in Sincer Fine Watches' 100 series and the first mono-brand. The latest version sounds the time as it appears on the digital display in hours and 10-minute interval. Produced in a limited edition of 100 pieces, this watch is crafted from honey gold which is stronger than other gold alloys.

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