12.5'' Tellurium III Walnut Mechanical Hermle Mantel Clock
|The Tellurium III Walnut Mechanical Hermle Mantel Clock is a brand new development within the Tellurium series of mantle clocks. One of the most intricate and detailed clocks, this piece incorporates a mechanical 8-day 4/4 Westminster chime bell strike movement with 11 jewel escapement and automatic night shut-off. The mechanism that controls the clock also moves the Sun, Moon, and Earth throughout the course of the year. Finished in antique walnut finish, this piece is crafted with a solid wood case with front and back door, metal applications, pearl decor, brass columns, and bevelled glass. The upper dome of the Tellurium III includes hand cut stars covering a sun-god Earth globe, Moon, and Zodiac signs. Enamel dial and filigree hands underline the unique character of this outstanding design.
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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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