This clock features newly restored reverse-painted glass and a mechanically-refurbished weight-driven 8-day movement with brass pendulum. The manufacturer is unknown. Believed to be made sometime around the mid-19th century.
Weursch Schoolhouse Wall Clock ca. 1980’s
This wall clock features a German-made Hermle half-hour strike movement in an American-made oak case with a brass bob on a wooden stick pendulum.
San Fransisco Stained Glass Wall Clock ca. 1980
This clock features a German-made Hermle Westminster chime movement and American-made case featuring a beautiful stained-glass door
Howard Miller Oak Wall Clock ca. 1990’s
This clock features an 8-day German Hermle westminster chime movement with decorative brass lyre pendulum.
Philip M. Stolze Girandole Banjo Clock ca. 1940’s
German Weight-Driven Wall Regulator ca. 1880’s
Kieninger Natural Cherry Wall Clock
This Kieninger wall clock features an 8-day weight-driven striking movement in a beautiful natural cherry cabinet. It has blued steel hands with seconds bit on a porcelain dial. This is a top-of-the-line modern day clock constructed entirely in Germany.
This clock is brand new and comes with a 2-year guarantee.