Wall Clocks with Pendulum
You either know pendulum clocks yourself from old times or
you can still see them hanging next to the HARK fireplace with
your grandparents. The pendulum clock was a welcome as well as a
practical living accessory at the time. However, you only know
them as they are in your memory from the past and those are not
exactly blooming memories. Old-fashioned, colorless and boring
are probably the adjectives that would describe a pendulum
clock. Today the word pendulum clock has a whole new meaning.
There is a large selection of a wide variety of pendulum clocks.
Green, blue, red, yellow or orange are among other things the
colors that should shine in your living room. So you can match
the color of the pendulum clock to the Monaco furniture. But the
right wallpaper, which should be visible behind the pendulum
clock, also plays an important role. You can also set additional
accents by placing a few beautiful orchids under the clock.
Tips before buying pendulum wall clocks
- The swinging or rotating of a pendulum sets the pace of
- Large pendulum clocks that you can put down look
particularly nostalgic and elegant
- Wooden clocks in dark nuances radiate comfort and warmth
- Tip: The clock is set by aligning the pendulum in an
||Stylish double pendulum
clock made of wood and glass
The wall clock by AMS
perfectly transforms the nostalgic charm of a solid wood
pendulum clock into a modern version. The solid wood
frame holds the mineral glass in an invisible way. The
model gains in lightness. The aluminum dial appears to
float in the middle of the watch. The black minute
lines, digits and metal hands ensure that the time is
easy to read. The metal pendulum skilfully picks up the
tone of the dial and the sidebars. The elegantly curved
shape of the case makes the watch a collector's item. On
the technical side, a low-noise movement from the
Junghans brand ensures long-term enjoyment.
||Pendulum clock made of
solid oak & low-noise mineral glass
Eichwald - A
pendulum clock that harmoniously combines tradition and
modernity. She reinterprets the subject of wood and
manages to combine simplicity and warmth through
straight lines and no frills design. Like all natuhr
models, the Eichwald pendulum clock is made from real
materials. The body is made of solid oak. Regional
production is one of Natuhr's most important principles.
Every single piece is made in Germany with great
attention to detail and great importance is attached to
the respectful use of all materials. Particularly
noteworthy is the use of bright white Satinato mineral
glass, which is one of the highest quality and most
expensive glasses. The pendulums are deliberately given
a fine matt structure. On the technical side,
high-quality, quiet Junghans movements for long
enjoyment. As far as possible, all models are packed in
environmentally friendly packaging materials. These
wooden pendulum clocks are timepieces for several
generations and handcrafted collector's items equipped
with the best clock technology currently available.
Natuhr offers a manufacturer's guarantee of 2 years on
the Eichwald radio pendulum wall clocks.
||Classic pendulum wall
Radio-controlled wall clock from AMS
made of solid wood. A rustic look is guaranteed here.
The wall clock from AMS exudes its cozy charm not only
through its appearance, but also through the smell when
unpacking this noble piece. The number ring, which was
placed finely on the dial, is also in brass / gold
color, as is the noble, shiny pendulum. The clock is
available in oak and alder wood. When it comes to the
movement, you have the choice between a quiet quartz
movement or an accurate radio-controlled movement.
||Rustic radio pendulum
The radio-controlled pendulum clock
from AMS exudes a rustic, homely scent through its real
wooden housing when you open the packaging. The model is
very high quality. In the upper area of the AMS
pendulum clock, the dial was attached behind the door
lined with mineral glass. The small roof was shaped to
match the round shape of the dial and protrudes over the
base frame of the case on the left and right. Grooved
columns were attached to the left and right, ending with
gold rings at the top and bottom. The dial was designed
in white for the best possible legibility of the time.
The Roman numerals are used for orientation and form the
center of this special wall clock with the black,
filigree hands. The brass-colored metal ring around the
dial underlines the noble workmanship and harmonizes
perfectly with the wood. Using the melody switch on the
clockwork, the percussion melodies can either be
completely turned off or various settings can be made.
There is the classic Westminster chime on the hour or
every 15 minutes and the Bim-Bam half-hour chime. The
signals sound with cumulative hourly progression. The
night shutdown can also be set, as can the volume of the
signals, which can be set to three levels.