Matthias Naeschke – NL 200
This long case clock, with its eight-week movement and its half-hour strike, using two large bells (ding, dong), is a classic and distinguished living room clock, or hall clock.
This carefully fashioned clock is predestined to provide permanent pleasure to anyone with style and culture. Even if the owners are absent for longer periods of time, the clock will still be running and striking on their return.
The sturdy movement, which has been designed to last for generations, has great potential for a variety of special individual requirements. Apart from hours, minutes and seconds, it can indicate the date, the full calendar, the perpetual calendar, equation of time, the phases of the moon, etc. It is shown here with a special reminder or wake-up function, which has never before been implemented.
As an alternative to the German silver chapter ring with Roman numerals, there is also a closed version with Arabic Breguet numerals. A closed, domed enamel dial with Baroque pierced hands, and without the date and the second hand, transform this clock into an unostentatious and timeless piece of art.
On special request, a hand-engraved dial made of sterling silver can be used instead. The irresistible beauty of utterly flawless, hand-made mechanics speaks for itself.Hardened, highly polished steel pinions, 12 ball bearings, 9 ruby bearings, and in particular the large ruby pallets on the lever guarantee exceptional durability.
On every hour and every half-hour, two large, clear bells ring at a pleasant, measured pace.