The Bahnhäusle design has been an incredibly popular design since 1850. Friedrich Eisenlohr of Furtwangen, Germany first submitted the design as part of a contest for the Grand Duchy of Baden. His inspiration was a railroad guard’s house overrun by vines and leaves.
This clock returns to the simplicity of the original Bahnhäusle design, foregoing folkloric ornaments. The only remaining reminder are the two black-laquered iron weights in the shape of pine cones. The rest of the clock is a distilled form of the classic Black Forest cuckoo clock.
This classic design fits in both traditional or modern decor!
When the clock strikes the hour or half-hour the door opens, a cuckoo appears and calls along with the clock’s gong strike.
This clock is hand made in the Black Forest in Germany. The mechanical brass movement is driven by two weights and time escapes with the tick of a traditional pendulum. The cuckoo call sound is made by two wooden whistles with bellows inside the clock case.
This clock makes a great gift for the young and old alike. Perfect for modern or traditional decor, including environments in the Bauhaus, Craftsman, Mission, Usonian, or Danish Modern styles.
The traditional Bahnhäusle design is very popular. If you like this clock, be sure to check out the following models as well: 1259 1359 1459 8359 3406 8264 8364 8365 1223S 8221 8223 8250 8256
8 days on one wind
Made in Germany
Enamel dial, brass hands
Official Black Forest clock licensed by the VDS
A Romba original!
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