Lang & Heyne is a manufacturer of luxury wristwatches based in Dresden, Germany. Annual production is approximately 50 pieces.
Marco Lang began as a precision mechanics apprentice and later, after the German reunification allowed him to, spent a further 7 years of horology study. In 2001 he and Mirko Heyne, a friend of his, formed Lang & Heyne in Dresden. Whilst their partnership ended in 2003 when Heyne joined Nomos Glashütte, the favourable terms of their split allowed the company name to remain. In 2005 Lang, a fifth-generation watchmaker, was accepted as a member of Académie Horlogère des Créateurs Indépendants.
Current models as of 2015 include Augustus, Köning Johann, and Friedrich August I. The names are all chosen from the Fürstenzug, a large 19th century mural in Dresden depicting rulers of Saxony, which Lang personally visits on completion of each design.