This stylish, almost stately, wall clock was made in the 1970s. Striking is the large wooden disc with a diameter of 26 cm with a numeral ring and an ornament above it. This allows the time on the clock to be read correctly.
The clock has a rear shelf and has a "roof" on which three wooden ornaments stand.
The movement is in a wooden case and is made by FHS, type 241-030. Attached to brass chains are two rod-shaped weights that allow the clock to run and strike on the three gong rods. The clock strikes every half hour and functions well.
The clock has one large ornament on which a rooster and chickens (?) are to be seen. There are smaller ornaments on the sides.
On the dials there are some stains (wear from polishing?).
The clock can be picked up in Almere. Shipping will be done carefully packaged and by registered and insured mail.
- Wall clock with roof
- Copper, Wood
- Estimated Period
- Second half 20th century
- Country of Origin
- Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
- 80×31×17 cm
- 7 kg