Orologio a cucù - Legno - circa 1900

Orologio a cucù - Legno - circa 1900
Meccanico - Movimento di 1 giorno - Mezz'ora, un gong

Antique, beautifully coloured and well-functioning cuckoo clock from the second half of the 19th century (ca 1870/1880) with a beautifully carved capercaillie performing a mating dance, also called a scrubfowl, as a special feature in the top. In addition to this bird, a total of 20(!) oak leaves have been carved at the front of the clock (13 on case, 6 in the top around the bird and 1 in the pendulum), as well as 7 acorns and twigs. The original bone hands and Roman numerals are present on the clock.
The dimensions are: H 53 cm, W 37.5 cm and D is 20 cm; the weight is about 4.8 kg. The clock was made in Schwarzwald in Germany. It is an early copy with a so-called partition movement. I.e. the copper gears turn in copper cans, which are placed in wooden plates, the "partitions".
To the left and right of the case there are 2 doors, so that you can access the movement from the outside.
The cuckoo shows itself once every half hour; at the full hours, it cuckoos the indicated number of hours, preceded by chime sound.
The clock can be picked up in Surhuisterveen (NL), but can also be sent registered at the applicable PostNL rate.

Dettagli lotto
Numero di oggetti
Orologio a cucù
Meccanismo dell’orologio
Riserva di carica
Movimento di 1 giorno
Mezz'ora, un gong
Periodo stimato
circa 1900
Paese d’origine
In buone condizioni - usato, con piccoli segni dell’età.
4.8 kg
53 cm
20 cm
37.5 cm
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