Up and down the cobblestone streets of the Black Forest region of southern Germany, wooden chalets waited out the winter under a blanket of snow, while inside, clockmakers carved away on tiny cuckoo clocks. Some were adorned with deer and bears, some with woodchoppers and waterwheels. The makers would then spend the summer months vending their cuckoos across Europe.
Our small collection of cuckoo clocks is an homage to these hundreds of years of careful craft. Choose between tiny chalet clocks, large Bavarian clocks with many moving parts, and the traditional style carved clock.
Read more about cuckoo clocks in our journal article, Cuckoo Clocks: A Love Letter.