11'' Tellurium II Black Mechanical Hermle Mantel Clock
|The Tellurium II Black Mechanical Hermle Mantel Clock is crafted from solid wood with a black piano finish. This piece reproduces not only the time, but the annual orbit of the earth around the sun, with the Earth rotating around its own axis once in 24 hours. The Moon, in turn, revolves around the Earth in 29.5 days completing a full rotation around its axis. This allows the reproduction of the different Moon phases as they are visible from Earth. In the course of one year, the Earth passes all twelve Zodiac signs, months and individual days which are indicated on the flat disc. The mechanical 8-day spring wound movement clock comes with a 4/4 Westminster chime on 4 polished bells, with a separate reading for seconds. Featuring an 11 jewel deadbeat escapement polished brass disc has milled zodiac signs, and rosettes in addition to the months and days of the year. This piece is crafted with intricate detail and design, sure to be an amazing conversation piece. This clock will fit on any mantle or shelf with at least 12'' of depth clearance.
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The clockmaker's precision craftsmanship: it's mythic, it's legendary - and it's common practice at each Hermle manufacturer. At Hermle, our company values and embraces unparalleled product quality, reliability, and customer service.
All Hermle clocks, clock movements and turning parts share a common standard. Whether elaborate wall clocks, mechanical movements for a wide spectrum of industries, or any of our traditional models or styles. Decades of German craftsmanship, knowledge, and quality assurance are packaged into every treasure we produce.
In addition to our Germany-based manufactory in Gosheim, Hermle clocks are also built in Amherst, Virginia. Nestled in the scenic foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains of Virginia, Hermle Black Forest Clocks began manufacturing mechanical movements in the USA in 1977. This marked a new chapter of growth for the company as Hermle was able to utilze American and imported hardwoods to supply case goods for highly sought-after German quality mechanisms. The Amherst plant specializes in traditional hardwood floor, grandfather, wall, and mantel clock cases, with German movements and accessories. Some of the styles are based on early American tradition, and one is even a licensed Colonial Williamsburg reproduction.
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