Shield Clock Romba 7122-M hand-painted

Product information Shield Clock Romba 7122-M hand-painted

Hand-painted and handmade shield clock with mechanical movement and beautiful flower design. The antique style of this wall clock creates a special atmosphere in every room. This Black Forest shield clock is handcrafted by Rombach & Haas and hand painted. The shield clock has a beautiful flower motif.

Traditional Black Forest Craft, Made in Germany, in its purest and most beautiful form.

Cuckoo Clock modern, Dimensions:

Height: 21 cm / 8.3 inch, width: 15 cm / 5.9 inch, depth: 10 cm / 4 inch.
Please note that the weights and pendulum below the clock need more room.

Clockwork: 8 day movement
Color: beige, blue, yellow
Design: Shield Clock, hand painted
Clocks category: wall clock

Cuckoo Clock with original mechanical movement

Mechanical movement means that the cuckoo clock is driven with the weight integrated on the pine cones. A weight is responsible for the clock movement, the other is for the cuckoo. There are no batteries required, the clock is their own power plant and works alone with the force of the weights. If they are reached the bottom, they must be manually pulled up again, which happens easily and is necessary only once a day, at the 8-day-movement even just once a week. A nice ritual while contributing to environmental protection.

Black Forest Clock Association

Original german Cuckoo Clock - Certificate of Authenticity:

You can be sure to get a authenticity Cuckoo Clock. The seal of approval from the Black Forest Clock Association (VdS) is your guarantee of quality and a traditional mechanical clockwork from the Black Forest made in Germany.
> to the Certificate of Authenticity (PDF)

Romba cuckoo Clocks Rombach Haas

Romba Black Forest Clocks from Rombach & Haas:

Since 1894 traditional Romba watches lovingly made by hand in the cuckoo clock factory Rombach & Haas. We supply only with authenticity seal directly from Romba. The family business is located in Schonach Black Forest, they perform their crafts in the 5th generation.