This delightful Black Forest house cuckoo clock has Bambi grazing in front. The windows are open with colorful flower baskets below. A hand carved tree is standing tall on the left side of the clock. This wooden cuckoo clock has a hand spliced, hand laid shingle roof.
The mechanical brass movement is driven by two weights and the time escapes with the tick of a traditional pendulum which swings back and forth. When the clock strikes the hour and half-hour the door at the top opens, a cuckoo bird appears and calls along with a gong strike. During this time a chimney sweep bobs up and down from the chimney. The cuckoo call is made by two wooden whistles with bellows inside the clock case. There is even a shut-off switch for quiet time and night use. Watch the video.