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8 day tudor style --- special order, please allow 5-7 business days for shipping
SKU: 888
List Price: $439.00
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special order, please allow 5-7 business days for shipping

10 inch 8 day chalet by Hekas (new model). This nicely crafted clock features very nicely carved wooden fretwork and curved roof with dozends of handcut and handlaid wooden shingles. Nice 2 tone wooden clockcase is complemented by red wooden window shutters and lasercut windows.Clock has wooden dial , wooden hands and numerals and wooden handpainted cuckoo bird.

- long lasting 8 day german brass movement (Regula) by marketleader SBC
- nightshut lever to silence cuckoo call
- over 100 handcut wooden shingles
- carved St. Bernard Dog
- brass colored metal chains
- laser cut wooden windows and shutters
- detailed timberframe
- cuckoos the number of hours on the hour
- cuckoos once on the 1/2 hour
- handcrafted clock case and handcarved carvings
- carved wood pendulum

Hekas cuckoo clocks
The Hekas brand was started by Helmut Kammerer in 1938. Now the 3rd generation of clockmakers is still making these intricate timepieces at their factory in Schonach, Germany in the Black Forest region. Hekas makes all the clock cases in their own carpeter shop and all carvings are handmade by local carving artists. All Hekas cuckoo clocks are still handmade in the Black Forest, show great attention to detail and are carefully tested before they ship out.
High resolution picture coming soon 2 year no hassle warranty
Listen to the cuckoo call This is a Certified Original Black Forest Cuckoo Clock
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