Black Forest saw mill
Colour: Walnut In stock - worldwide delivery
The cuckoo calls every half hour once and the number of the hours every full hour. With certificate of authenticity from the Black Forest Clock Association (VdS). It has a mechanical extreme long-life rack strike movement. The 8 day running time movement need to be wind up once a week, that means you pull on the chains until the weights are up. It allows turning the hands left and right without endangering the mechanics of the movement. The music box is from the marketleader REUGE in switzerland. The size refers only to the clock, without pendulum and weights.
Black Forest chalet with bell tower. The roof of the very detailed produced handmade clock case is covered with hand laid wooden shingles. When the slowly regulated cuckoo calls the bell in the bell tower is moving and instead of the gong a bell strikes. On the hour the hand painted dancing couples rotate and the wood sawing machine works. This clock is a real master piece. Wooden dial, wooden hands, wooden bird, and night shut off
2 years product warranty
|Weight net:||11 kg|
|Weight gross:||12.5 kg|
|Height:||58 cm/22.8 inch|
|Width:||49 cm/19.3 inch|
|Depth:||26.5 cm/10.4 inch|
|Tunes||Happy wanderer and Edelweiss - The melodies change every hour between the Happy Wanderer and Edelweiss.|
|Night shut off||Automatic - Sound is off from 9 o'clock p.m. to 7:30 o'clock a.m.|
|Movement||Regula - The cuckoo clock has a mechanical REGULA movement from the marketleader SBS-FEINTECHNIK in the Black Forest/Germany.|
In 1848 began Anton Schneider the production of his cuckoo clocks in his farmhouse in Schonach in the Black Forest. The family owned company is today operated by the 6. Generation. Since 1952 the company is located in Schonach in the Triberger road. Anton Schneider focuses on the old tradition of craftsmanship and the constant high quality. The Company Anton Schneider owns their own carpentry shop, the woodcarving shop and ist clock assembly shops. So all manufacturing steps can be performed by themselves.