Clock Reviews

A Happy Family Cuckoo Clock by Adolf Herr

A Happy Family Cuckoo Clock by Adolf Herr

There’s a lot about cuckoo clocks that many people do not know. Not only do they keep track and tell time but they grace your home with beauty and elegance, and tell a story. This clock is a typical Black Forest house and there are so many things that I find special...

Hönes – A Piece of Art Cuckoo Clock

Hönes – A Piece of Art Cuckoo Clock

Hönes is one of the best-known and long-standing cuckoo clock manufacturers in the Black Forest. It was founded in the year 1950 by Daniel Hönes and in 1984, it was later taken over by Trenkle, which is also known for producing high-quality cuckoo clocks. There is a...

German Beer Garden-Style Cuckoo Clock

German Beer Garden-Style Cuckoo Clock

Choosing the perfect cuckoo clock can be quite challenging because there are so many choices available on the market these days. Selecting the best one comes down to a matter of personal taste, so it is better to choose a clock that suits your style. This...

Vintage Schatz Cuckoo Clock

Vintage Schatz Cuckoo Clock

Vintage Schatz Cuckoo ClockThe Schatz Clock Company aka Jahresuhrenfabrik from the Black Forest region of Triberg, Germany has a long and interesting history when it comes to making clocks. August Schatz and Anton Harder, founders of Schatz, worked together in the...

august schwer award winning cuckoo clock

august schwer award winning cuckoo clock

What you're looking now is the 2008 Clock of the Year winner model from August Schwer. This clock comes with the VdS label - a certificate issued by the Black Forest Clock association. This clock is an 8-day mechanical clock with exquisite carvings. The style is...

Fisherman-themed cuckoo clock crafted in black forest Germany

Fisherman-themed cuckoo clock crafted in black forest Germany

This exquisively carved cuckoo clock is 100% handmade in Black Forest Germany. Cuckoo clock is believed to have been originated in the Black Forest region in the 18th century, although there are other thoughts that contradict this opinion. Cuckoo clock is not the same...

Beautifully Crafted Forest Black Cuckoo Clock by Hurbert Herr

Beautifully Crafted Forest Black Cuckoo Clock by Hurbert Herr

This beautiful 1-day movement, traditional cuckoo clock was handcrafted by renowned Black Forest clockmaker, Hurbert Herr. Hubert Herr is known to produce high-quality cuckoo clocks since 1860. Starting in a small workshop and now in its 5th generation, the company,...

Quality Heidelberg Cuckoo Clock by Hermle

Quality Heidelberg Cuckoo Clock by Hermle

I have always been fascinated with cuckoo clocks since I was little. Their intricate designs and the sound they produce are magical.  With all the latest and high-tech clocks and watches we have now, they have stood the test of time (figuratively and literally)....

Ceramic clock with beautiful colors and beautiful brick design

Ceramic clock with beautiful colors and beautiful brick design

This clock is beautifully rendered and I could not believe that this was the gift I had received. I enjoy my clock very much and it surprised me how beautiful a clock could be. I was in awe when I opened the wrapping paper to this item. I love the way the clock looks...

Elegant and beautiful clock without music

Elegant and beautiful clock without music

This beautiful clock was the best thing I have ever ordered. It is made of wood and the designs are beautiful. I love this one-day clock because it is just perfect for the style and the sound. It is a one-day clock that keeps great time but does not play music which...

Antique Automation Monk Striking Porcelain Dial Brass Decorated Mantle Clock

Antique Automation Monk Striking Porcelain Dial Brass Decorated Mantle Clock

Dating back to 1910, this eight-day clock is an antique. This Antique Automation Monk Striking Porcelain Dial Brass Decorated Mantle Clock is an amazing clock that strikes every half hour and hour. When it is time for the clock to strike, the monk raises his hammer and hits the brass bell on the top of the clock. Not only does the monk strike the bell, there is a hammer inside the clock to create a clear and loud sound.

Parma – Ansonia Iron Enameled Mantle Clock

Parma – Ansonia Iron Enameled Mantle Clock

This clock is a clock that came from the company Ansonia Clock Co. In New York New York. This clock dates back to 1905 and is an Ansonia Iron Enameled Mantle Clock, also known as Parma. This is a statue clock with a topper.

Prewar clock – hunter’s dream clock

Prewar clock – hunter’s dream clock

This clock is actually pretty rare. Usually there is a rabbit or hare with a pheasant but this time there is a fox! This clock is a hunter’s dream clock. Very full of nature and beauty. The case of the clock and the carvings are in excellent condition.

Seth Thomas Mahogany Veneer Clock dates back to 1896

Seth Thomas Mahogany Veneer Clock dates back to 1896

This Seth Thomas Mahogany Veneer Clock is in excellent working condition. The clock dates back to 1896. The movement of this clock was recently cleaned and checked. This clock has recently been completely serviced with ultrasonically clean to remove any dirt and old oils. This particular clock was adjusted by a professional clock specialist and was oiled and cleaned.

Antique porcelain mantle clock dates back to the 1860’s and originates from France

Antique porcelain mantle clock dates back to the 1860’s and originates from France

This antique clock is made of porcelain. The clock is an antique porcelain mantle clock. The clock dates back to the 1860’s and originates from France. The clock is all original, the mechanics and paint are not retouched. This particular clock is not too big but isn’t too small, it has a height of 39 centimeters and a base of only 15 centimeters.

Seth Thomas Triple Pillar Columns Adamantine Mantle clock

Seth Thomas Triple Pillar Columns Adamantine Mantle clock

This particular clock is a rare antique clock. This Seth Thomas Triple Pillar Columns Adamantine Mantle clock dates back to the 1880’s. The clock is signed with the ST logo and was made in the United States. The clock measures seventeen inches wide and eleven and a half inches high with a depth of seven inches. The key and pendulum are still intact and are with the clock. It is an eight-day movement clock. The clock keeps stunning time and the entire clock is in great condition mechanically as well as cosmetically.

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