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Black Forest Cuckoo Clock

Black Forest Cuckoo Clock: Authentic Old-World Craftsmanship

Black Forest Cuckoo Clock

Black Forest Cuckoo Clock: Authentic Old-World Craftsmanship

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Mark the passage of time in true German fashion with this handsome Black Forest Cuckoo Clock. Hand-carved and crafted in Germany using trusted centuries-old techniques, the cuckoo clock is ornately decorated with a traditional leaf-and-bird motif and features colorful Bavarian dancers that continuously circle about the balcony. On each hour, the Cuckoo sounds the appropriate number of times or will play “Westminster Abbey” with the flip of a switch. The German clock also features a silent mode, an easy-to-read dial, and a golden pendulum and decorative pinecones. Requires 2 AA batteries (not included). 9½"x6¾"x3½".

  • Hand-carved Black Forest Cuckoo Clock
  • Made in Germany the old-fashioned way using Old-World techniques
  • Bavarian dancers continuously rotate about the balcony
  • Cuckoo sounds at each hour or will play “Westminster Abbey”
  • Requires 2 AA batteries (not included)

Whether flying by or standing still, time never looked or sounded better than with this German Black Forest Cuckoo Clock.

Black Forest Cuckoo Clock


Wood, Plastic, Brass


Dust with a dry cloth. Requires 2 AA batteries (not included).

Sizing & Specifications

Net Weight: 1 1/4lb


Manufactured In: Germany

Material - Country Of Origin: Germany

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Not as expected Several years ago my husband was stationed in Germany and brought one of these home. He gave it to his Mother, so I thought I would buy him this one. As it turns out this is very inferior quality and does not wind up, it runs on batteries! Instead of the cuckoo coming out and cooing, there is a lame recording of a bird chirping then a lame cuckoo. Clock is flimsy wood and cheap plastic.:Hugely disappointed as this was supposed to be a Christmas present! I had no choice but to return it. December 24, 2012
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