A. Lange & Soehne now available in Munich and Sweden

A. Lange & Soehne now available in Munich and Sweden

A. Lange & Soehne now available in Munich and Sweden

January 13, 2013: German luxury watchmaker, A. Lange & Soehne, opened its second boutique in the country, in Munich. The shop is operated in cooperation with long-time partner WempeJewellers. Including Munich, Lange now has twelve stores around the world.

The rooms in the store are designed to take visitors on a journey through the manufactory’s Saxon homeland. The typical Lange grey of the showcases, a small library, and a watchmaker’s workstation accentuate the ambience of the 37-square-metre boutique.

“Many people with an affinity for beautiful watches live in and around Munich. From the very beginning, A. Lange & Söhne has had a loyal and growing community of fans here,” said Mr Andreas Haude, General Manager Northern Europe at Lange. Munich, however, is also historically significant for the brand. In 1976, it had hosted an extensive exhibition of historic Lange timepieces commemorating the 101st anniversary of the death of Ferdinand A. Lange, the founder of Saxony’s precision watchmaking.

In another news, A. Lange & Söhne watches now have a presence in Sweden as well, specifically at Nymans Ur on Biblioteksgatan 1 in Östermalm, an exclusive district in Stockholm. Founded in Stockholm in 1851, Nymans Ur is Sweden's largest retailer for luxury timepieces. Apart from A. Lange & Söhne, the company includes more top brands in the international haute horlogerie segment.

“We are delighted that Nymans is passionately committed to the Lange brand and can leverage its in-depth experience to assure unprecedented customer service," noted Mr Haude.

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