Reproduction of an early Seventeenth Century timepiece.
The weight is a genuine Black Forest rock.
The gears & hour hand are wooden.
The Pendulum is on top and can be regulated by moving the blocks of wood inward or outward from the pivot point.
This clock was the first clock that an average wage earning person of 1640 could afford.
Timber geared. Skelton movement with a single hand. With a single rope held rock weight.
Made in Germany
Please be aware as these are all hand made the actual clock may differ slightly.
The rocks will all be different.
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