1-day cuckoo-clock with music in house form, Sawmill.
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|Height||12.2 - 13.8 inches|
|dimensions||13.2 in tall, 12 in wide, 7.5 in deep|
|Movement||high quality Regula movement, 1-day mechanical, clock has to be wound up daily|
|Musik movement||The music box is Swiss made and plays two tunes: Happy Wanderer and Edelweiss.|
|Specification||Standard MT: Standard: wooden dial, hands, cuckoo, pendulum, dancing figurines, mechanical night-shut-off|
|Ready for shipment||immediately|
Description: Cuckoo Clock with 1-day movement (mechanical). With music function and dancing figurines.Turning mill-wheel. Wood Saw. This Chalet Clock has a theme specific to the Black Forest. Wood being the predominant and most easily accessible raw material, until today, saw mills are spread all over the Black Forest. Many decades ago, most saw mills operated with water power to work the wood saws. Today, you will find many saw mills close to rivers and small streams. The are not powered by the river any more, but many have retained the mill wheels of earlier times. The central element of this clock is therefore the wood saw on the front. With the chime of the clock, the saw moves up and down, in imitation of sawing the wood log in half. To the left and right of the saw, more or less finished wooden beams can be seen. To the left of the clock, the mill wheel also turns at the call of the hour. Thus an overall impression of a Black Forest saw mill is created. Picture No. 5 indicates the movement functions. The clock itself is a nice chalet, richly decorated and painted. Balcony with moving dancers. Made of wood and manufactured in the Black Forest, made in Germany.
Cuckoo call: the coo-coo clock chimes (cuckoos) half-hourly; on the half-hour: one cuckoo, and on the hour: cuckoos the number of full hours
Weights: 3 x 320 grams, fir cone shape
Colour: walnut (01)
Certificate: Authentification certificate (VDS-seal) for genuine Black Forest cuckoo clocks from the Black Forest Clock Association
Remarks: Height is from the top of the carving till the bottom of the carving.