Trenkle Miniature Clock House
1-day mechanical clock
Height: 15 cm / 6″
Made in Germany by Trenkle Uhren
Available on backorder
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Trenkle Miniature Clock House
Trenkle Miniature Clock House: A pendulum clock is a clock that uses a pendulum, a swinging weight, as its timekeeping element. The pendulum swings back and forth in a precise time interval, and resists swinging at other rates. From its invention in 1656 by Christiaan Huygens, inspired by Galileo Galilei, until the 1930s, the pendulum clock was the world's most precise timekeeper, accounting for its widespread use. Throughout the 18th and 19th centuries, pendulum clocks in homes, factories, offices, and railroad stations served as primary time standards for scheduling daily life, work shifts, and public transportation. Their greater accuracy allowed for the faster pace of life which was necessary for the Industrial Revolution. Pendulum clocks are now kept mostly for their decorative and antique value.
Pendulum clocks must be stationary to operate. Any motion or accelerations will affect the motion of the pendulum, causing inaccuracies.
Mechanical Clocks made by Trenkle Uhren
Trenkle Clocks - the epitome of German quality work from the Black Forest
Located in one of the most beautiful valleys in the Black Forest, the Simonswäldertal, and along the German Clock Road, our family business has been carrying on the tradition of clock manufacturing for half a century. Every step of a new product - from the idea to delivery - is carried out and run through the own production. Our entitlement is the highest quality and the most precise precision. Each of our products goes through numerous checks before it leaves our premises. It is our trademark to combine proven craftsmanship and the latest technology. This enables us to respond to individual customer requests in order to guarantee the utmost flexibility. The unmistakable Trenkle design, creativity, pioneering spirit and high-quality standards make our products a guarantee of success "Made in Germany".
We invite you; let yourself be inspired by our Black Forest workmanship.
Care and Maintenance of your Cuckoo Clock
To keep your cuckoo clock looking bright and attractive requires only a simple cleaning practice. Use a soft, dry paintbrush or static cloth for dusting. Please do not use water or chemicals anywhere on the clock, as it can damage the wood and varnish.
For mechanical Cuckoo Clock movements
Do not use oil or spray ANY of the internal mechanism. This can severely damage the working parts. You can use compressed air to remove dust internally. Do not get too close to the parts.
A mechanical Cuckoo Clock will need regular servicing by a professional Cuckoo Clock repairer. A regular service done every 7-10 years will ensure your clock continues to run smoothly.
Quartz Cuckoo Clock movements
Only use good quality batteries, as they will last longer and are the less likely to leak. If a battery does leak and cause some corrosion, you can carefully remove the residual acid by using a fine sandpaper.
Battery operated cuckoo clocks do not require regular servicing.
Environmental factors can affect the way your clock runs and its longevity. Warm or moist air can warp and distort wooden parts, while dust and heat may dry out oils and create wear on moving parts. It is highly recommended to keep your clock out of areas with high humidity and extreme heat. Therefore, careful consideration must be taken if you wish to hang your clock in kitchens, wet areas and over fireplaces.