The centerpiece of this chalet cuckoo clock is a figurine of our beloved Heidi holding a precious kid in her arms. In the middle of the scene a goat—perhaps the kid’s mother—looks up lovingly at Heidi and the kid. Behind Heidi a pair of wooden Alpine skis—a very familiar sight in this region—lean against the front of the house. On the far right side of the scene a Swiss flag waves in the cool mountain breeze from atop a hand-carved wooden flagpole, and next to that rests a fountain well, also hand-carved from locally sourced twigs. On the far left side of the scene sits a bushy green pine tree. The shores of Lake Brienz provided the stones from which we carved the flowers, displayed on both sides of the chalet. Completing this exquisite picture are the contrasting bold red eaves against the rich colored brown of the chalet’s edifice.
Size : 20 x 16 cm (8 x 6 in)
Mechanical Movement : Movement runs for one day before you need to wind up the chain.
Ornaments : The ornaments are hand-carved and hand-painted, which makes each one of them original and unique.
Night feature : A manual switch that allows you to turn off the cuckoo without affecting the clock’s movement.
Quckoo: Every half hour