On second thought, forget the kid gloves. They're made from baby goats and if you've read some of the animal-related threads on here lately, we don't want to touch that subject with a 10 ft pole!
. Just try to be more careful with your hydrometer! Although I understand there are correctional calculations you can make, a refractometer is really only accurate pre-fermentation due to the alcohol in fermented beer.
4-5 weeks is a long time in primary. My lagers are usually done primary (and diacetyl rest) at about 2 weeks. What was the primary temp? Due to the long primary time, and since it tastes good, I would probably go ahead and bottle. You may want to add some dry lager yeast (no more than 1/2 pack per 5 gallons) to the bottling bucket due to the long fermentation times.