Glashütte Original

GLASHÜTTE ORIGINAL

Ref. 39-31 45 42-04
WOT ID: 27247

Senator, Ref. 39-31 45 42-04, steel, chronograph, box and paper, 2015

GLASHÜTTE ORIGINAL

Ref. 3958010204
WOT ID: 29474

Senator, Ref. 3958010204, Pointer date, steel, ca. 2010

GLASHÜTTE ORIGINAL

WOT ID: 26825

Karree, steel, chronograph, 2002

GLASHÜTTE ORIGINAL

Ref. 3931060404
WOT ID: 19729

Karree, Ref. 3931060404, 39-31-06-04-04, steel, chronograph, 2000

GLASHÜTTE ORIGINAL

Ref. 4201010104
WOT ID: 16521

Karree, Ref. 4201010104, steel, manual wind, perpetual calendar, moon phases, box and paper, 1999

GLASHÜTTE ORIGINAL

Ref. 3932060404
WOT ID: 26627

Karree, Ref. 3932060404, 3932060404, steel, chronograph,

GLASHÜTTE ORIGINAL

WOT ID: 28259

Julius Assmann Nr.1, Julius Assmann Nr.1, pink-gold, manual wind, perpetual calendar, box and paper, unworn, Limited edition, 2012

About Glashütte Original
The Manufaktur Glashütte is based in Saxony and is part of the Swatch Group since 2000. It was established in 1845 and was re-founded for a number of reasons in 1890, 1951 and 1990. In 1945 Manufaktur Glashütte was nationalised in the former GDR. After the Soviet Occupying Power dismantled the manufacture equipment, a fresh start was planned to involve all watch manufacturers of East Germany. The production focused on all types of watches, which were also delivered in large quantities to West Germany. At this point of time, the successful model Marinechronometer was invented, which was able to determine geographical positions.
After the German Reunion in 1990, the manufacture produced under the name Glashütte Original as well as the brand name GUB, which used Swiss movements for their watches. The new owners of the brand, Heinz W. Pfeifer and Alfred Wallner, brought a breath of fresh air to the company and improved the quality of the watchcases. Moreover, Glashütte Original developed new movements in a limited edition, examples of which are the models Meisterwerke, Julias Assmann 1 and Alfred Helwig Tourbillon.