Modern clock with 8 day running time from Kieninger
Colour: Walnut In stock - worldwide delivery
Traditional step tambour in walnut finish, decorative pediment moulding and front burl overlays, brass feet, 18 cm bezel and dial with Roman numerals. 1/4 key wind movement with Swiss style escapement (5 jewels), Westminster chime on 5-rod gong (bottom hammer), run time 7 days, plate size 100 x 104 x 1,7 mm, 6 Aeterna bronce bushings (2nd wheel), removable spring barrels, front winding with anti-snap-back and automatic night time shut-off between 10.00 PM and 7.15 AM.
|Weight gross:||6 kg|
|Height:||29 cm/11.4 inch|
|Width:||47 cm/18.5 inch|
|Depth:||16.5 cm/6.5 inch|
Masterpieces of German clock craft
In the year 2012 the Kieninger Clock Factory was celebrating its 100th anniversary. Kieninger wasfounded in 1912 in the BlackForest by Joseph Kieninger (1872-1936) und therefore isthe eldest existingmanufacturer of mechanical clock movements for grandfather-, wall- and mantel clocks in the world. Since 1917 the company has been located in Aldingen, a charming village just between Black Forest and Schwäbische Alb. Today, the company occupies a 54.000 square foot anufacturing facility, newly constructed in 1991 and employs about 50 dedicated and highly skilled workers and staff. In 1993, Kieninger became part of the Howard Miller Group (USA), the largest manufacturer of grandfather clocks in the world. From its very beginning Kieninger has stayed with its traditional concept - the manufacture of technically advanced, high-quality mechanical movements and clocks.This has proved successful and it is to no surprise, that today Kieninger is known for its craftsmanship and only the highest-quality products. Many Kieninger clocks are noted among the classics of the industry. With our line of selected, fine mechanical grandfather-, wall- and mantel clocks we offer unique and individually designed time pieces of the highest quality.