And P.S., there are unfortunately no plans to bring back the Cabaret as a regular production watch, although it’s fantastic to see even this limited return of the model. The problem, Anthony de Haas told us, is that the Cabaret, while definitely a passion project for the company, never performed all that well commercially. Lange is still, by the number of watches it makes, a small company. Assigning resources to bringing the Cabaret back – which the company would want to update, to bring it in line with the knowledge it’s gained over the years since the last curtain fell on the Cabaret – would mean, of necessity, not working on some other projects. Still, de Haas did not go so far as to rule out the possibility categorically, and I hope very much that someday, in the fullness of time, we’ll see another opening night for the Cabaret.
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