The watch features an oversized moon phase display, designed to remain accurate for 122.6 years, which has distinctive prominence on the dial.
The luxury watch brand launched the stunning new creation at a press conference last week, where the winner of the F. A. Lange Watchmaking Excellence Award was also announced.
Paul Wudy (23) from the Technical School of Karlstein in Austria received 10,000 euros prize money for his construction of a second time-zone display. The award emphasizes the importance to support the young generation for the future of fine-watchmaking.
Model details: manually wound, decorated and assembled by hand, power-reserve indicator, outsize date, moon-phase display, solid silver dial, sapphire crystal back, yellow gold/pink gold/platinum case, hand-stitched alligator strap, 72 hour power reserve when fully wound