For your consideration is this rather stylish Art Deco mantel clock manufactured by Diehl clock company In Germany in the 1930's . Raised cream stylized numerals and dial hands set upon a dark oak veneered case, contrasts beautifully. The condition is very good, we've had the clock fully serviced by qualified horologist so comes to you with movement in fully functioning condition with original key, winds to work for four full days.
German dome-topped mantle clock by Winterhalder & Hofmeier. Circa 1900 - 1910. Walnut case inlaid with satinwood scrolls and medallions. Brass feet and side handles. Brass dial with roman numerals and applied Father Time faces on either side of the fast/slow dial. Eight-day movement. Chimes on the hour, 1/4 hour, 1/2 hour, and 3/4 hour. Includes key. 14 1/4" H X 9 5/8" W at feet X 8" D at feet. Overall very good condition with some lifting to the veneer.
Enjoy the beauty of this mission style clock with a contemporary flair. The Amish craftsman behind this beautiful mantle clock has a commitment to quality workmanship. Carefully selecting quality quarter-sawn white oak, he pieces together this work of art. The accurate clock mechanics come with quartz movements. And with just a flip of a switch, you can change the chime melodies between Westminster or Whittington. Dimensions: 18.5"L x 9.5"W x 10.5"H Clock face: 6" diameter