Glashütte - a Saxon small town in the eastern Erzgebirge not far from Dresden - is world-wide known as mecca of finest German watchmaking handicraft art. Numerous nationally and internationally recognized manufactories and companies have their headquarters here today.

The name C.H. Wolf goes back to the tower clock factory founded in 1868 by Carl Heinrich Wolf, which produced in 1872 in Feldstraße 2 among other things clocks for churches and schools. From the turn of the century, Wolf's sons continued to do business and subjected the factory to extensive refurbishment.

Since May 2016, Hendrik Klein has been the new managing director of the watch brand C.H. Wolf and, together with a team of 5 passionate watch experts, works on the production of fine watches. After extensive refurbishment work on the historic factory building, they will revive both the factory building and the C.H. Wolf brand in 2014. With unique watch creations, the company today combines tradition and modernity with typical Glashütte values.