Black-Forrest Trumpeter Clock, attributed to Emilian Wehrle, Furtwangen.
German Black-Forrest clock, with six trumpets, attributed to Emilian Wehrle 1832-1896 in Furtwangen- Schönenbach. He started working in 1857 this clock is from around 1860-1870.
The clock and the mécanisme are in good condition but unrestored, one trumpet is missing( smallest one). The clock is complete with pendulum and his two keys, original hands und numbers. The clock is striking the hours on a spiral and it’s playing his melodie afterwards.
It hase one melody, the case is in a very good condition and is root-walnut veneered with ebonised mouldings and decorations.A very decorative imposant clock.
Dimensions of the clock.
Total height 105cm. Wide on the base 45cm. Depth 30cm. Weight 20 kilo.