Its time you know some facts about the beautifully and intricately carved Black Forest Clock as it is well known as.
Who invented the Cuckoo Clock?
Did you know who invented it first? Research dates back the first invention to Franz Anton Ketterer in 1737. He was a skilled professional clock maker from a little village Schönwald . The Black Forest Cuckoo Clocks are very popular around the world.
Why is the Black Forest Clock so special?
A traditional Black Forest Cuckoo Clock is made by the pine wood of the German black forest. It has detailed carvings, hand painted figures and live animations. The animations depict moving wood cutters, rising beer steins, turning mill wheels and dancing couples in traditional Black Forest costume.
Where can you find the German Cuckoo Clock in India?
All Home living is the only Authorized cuckoo clock seller in INDIA. It brings to you the best of its kind models in India by partnering with leading cuckoo clock manufacturers in Germany, and has the Switzerland (The Swiss ‘Chalet’) and Korean movement.
Their Cuckoo clocks are completely handcrafted, meticulously inspected and tested for proper functioning.
You get a warranty of 2 years with every German Cuckoo Clock you buy. The manufacturing of the Cuckoo Clock is done in the Black Forest wood in Germany. The woodcarvers work just as they used to 200 years ago. .
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The Quartz movement Cuckoo Clock has the following benefits:
- Maintenance is minimal (a simple change of batteries)
- Lower price compared to its Swiss counterpart
- Above all, it is equipped with a sensor (if it does not detect light, it will not ring unless scheduled to), so it does not disturb you at night
How much does a Cuckoo Clock cost?
The cuckoo clock is a piece of art that you cannot overlook. It appeals to one and all and is truly evergreen. The cost solely depends on how intricate the design of your cuckoo clock is.
“A quality clock doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Just know that you are paying for a valuable object that has belonged to a family for several generations .”
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