This nearly untreated Black Forest house has projecting alcoves with latice windows on both sides. Furthermore it is decorated with a fir tree and a henhouse with a pecking hen on the left hand side. In front there is a carved wall with a turning whaterwheel, a little birdy on a fence, a dug and a dog next to the woodchopper.
The carved and hand-painted woodchopper chops wood every full hour. On the right hand side there ars also some fir trees, a deer and an attentive squirrel. The roof, which is covered by many single, frayed shingles is very characteristic for this Black Forest house.
Additional product information
Movement / Clockwork:
1 day mechanical clockwork
With turning dancers or musicians (see picture)
Height x width x depth in cm:
34 x 38 x 24
Cuckoo, hands and dial are made out of wood.
With night shut-off.
Elaborately decorated clock with carved baseplate, projecting alcoves with latice windows on both sides and a characteristic roof covered with single shingles.
Because of handcraft, the photo may differ slightly in appearance from the actual product.