Anyone looking for a classic regulator in the reduced style of the great French precision pendulum clocks will find exactly that in our model NR 110. This regulator embodies all the typical characteristics of a Naeschke longcase clock in a smaller size. Starting with the case, through to the 12-facetted weight-shell up to the pendulum, one can immediately recognize the unmistakable hallmark of our clockworks. This finely crafted and rhodium-plated movement is characteristically represented by an oversized escape wheel with a long arm anchor and its round ruby pallets makes this piece an unmistakable timepiece from our house.
The movement developed especially for this regulator has a power reserve of more than two weeks and is constructed with 4mm brass main plates. The power transmission runs in precision ball bearings, the escapement and other wheels in ruby bearings. The chapter ring, made of 1.5mm sterling silver is individually engraved and finished by hand for each regulator. In addition to the time display with the Regulator NR 110, the date can also be read in a window above the “6”. The special feature of the date is its switching mechanism which has been specially designed to save space – it is barely visible in the movement. The result is a strictly reduced and harmonious clockwork with focus on the oversized escapement. A further highlight is the extremely complex compensating pendulum with its mirror-polished pendulum bob.
Tags: AHCI, Matthias Naeschke, Wall clock, Wanduhr
The clock manufactory Matthias Naeschke sets coloured accents
For more than three decades the brand name of Matthias Naeschke stands for exclusivity and the highest quality craftsmanship of clocks, manufactured in small quantities or as unique stand-alone pieces.
At this year’s Baselworld the German clock manufacturer is setting radiant rose gold accents with a newly created table clock in the shape of the classic 8-day. The NT 8 catches the eye of the viewer in addition to its exceptional colour – incidentally the first table clock from the German clockmakers in rose gold – but also due to numerous technical refinements and our artisan expertise. Here, especially note the small distance of the wheels between the main plates of just 21mm. Thus, the NT 8 is one of the slimmest skeleton clocks ever made. This became possible by an ingenious three-piece barrel structure in which a very small mainspring is inserted directly into a section of the large main wheel. Looking at the movement from the side, it would be easy to believe there is no barrel needed in this movement.
Tags: AHCI, Matthias Naeschke, Rosegold, table clock, Tischuhr
Baselworld 2014 would have been the perfect kick-off event to celebrate the 30 year ceremony of foundation of Matthias Naeschke. However, other – as it is often seen and practiced – Matthias Naeschke have done what we can do best: creating and constructing a new movement. The result is the elegant desk clock NT 12 with a duration if no less than 13,5 months. This outstanding running time of over one year has a special position within desk clocks with pendulum and mainspring. Driven by mainspring and screw. The gold plated movement sits on four massive columns made of silver plated brrass. The great escapement wheel – typical for Naeschke – and anchor with circular ruby pallets are a must for this special clock; as well as a temperature compensating pendulum, ball and ruby bearings and a dial with hand-engraved sterling silver. The desk clock NT 12 is competed with an 60 cm high, fabricated drom cherry qood case with high gloss surface and faceted glass.
Tags: AHCI, Jahresuhr, Matthias Naeschke, NT12, One-Year-Clock, Table Clocks, Tischuhr