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Hohenzollern | Wooden Gear Wall Clock | Black Forest | Romba | 7640

  • Wooden Gears, Rock Clock
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$525.00 (You save $225.00)

Product Description

Model #7640, The Hohenzollern, 1640 Rock Clock 
In 1640 the "Waaguhr" was the first mechanical clock that was affordable by the new middle class in Europe. It’s simple design allowed for only one hand indicating the hours. The average person of the Seventeenth Century measured time with only three times of day: sunrise, high noon, and sunset.

The Verge and Foliot escapement is the earliest known method of advancing the beat in mechanical clocks. Its use further developed mechanical clocks, and is a very important step in the history of technology.

The mechanism of this clock is made of wood and is powered by a rough surfaced rock from the Black Forest of Germany. This clock is interesting to watch as a moving decorative piece, but should not be counted on for accurate timekeeping. So many technological advancements have occurred in the last four hundred years that should be taken advantage of when you are looking for a clock to keep you on schedule!

The Hohenzollern is made by Rombach und Haas. 

  • 22 H x 7 W x 5 D
  • Wooden mechanism (must be wound daily)
  • Powered by the weight of a real Black Forest rock
  • Reproduction of an early 17th Century timepiece
  • Verge and Foliot (pinwheel) escapement
  • A fine conversation piece
  • Original Black Forest clock, certified by the VDS
  • Made in Germany by Rombach

Warranty Information

2 Year Warranty

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