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Mini cuckoo clock, 'Black Forest Swing' - Black Forest Swing Cuckoo Clock Curate

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Black Forest Swing Black Forest Swing Cuckoo Clock

A diminutive mädchen (little girl) swings beneath this charming Bavarian-style... more

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A diminutive mädchen (little girl) swings beneath this charming Bavarian-style clock. Such miniature cuckoo clocks, called kuckulino, are part of a tradition in Germany's Black Forest region that dates back to the mid-18th century. This chalet-style cuckoo clock features the Westminster chime and cuckoo call;both sounds can be turned off if desired. Two AA batteries are required (not included).

  • 0.36 kgs
  • 0.8 lbs
  • 15.2 cm H x 15.2 cm W x 8.9 cm D
  • 6" H x 6" W x 3.5" D

  • Birch, resin, brass
  • Batteries not included
  • Free Gift Wrap? No
  • Premium Gift Wrap? No
  • Made in Germany.
  • Ships fast from USA.

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"Beautiful Miniature Cuckoo Clock"

Very well made and very similar to a manual one that we have had for over 40 years--great workmanship and function.

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