Sunday, November 29, 2020

Cuckoo Clock #Holiday2020

The Black Forest and its Cuckoo Clocks are world famous. In the year 1737, the first Cuckoo Clock was developed by Franz Ketterer, a clockmaker in the city Schoenwald in the Black Forest. With the style and design, plus the affectionately and detailed wood-carvings; the system of the call of the cuckoo and also the mechanical clock movement are maintained to this day. The unique styles have made the Cuckoo Clock a timeless design. We got a gorgeous clock from and we love it!
The Cuckoo calls on the hour with an echo on this quartz clock. The clock has a battery operated movement with an optional automatic night-off switch. The size refers only to the clock, without the pendulum and weights. The clock itself is made of all wood. It is very beautiful and adds a touch of of vintage to our home.
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