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Hermle Nicolette 85" Triple Chime Grandfather Clock - Made in U.S
The classic grandfather clock gets a modern farmhouse update with a black finish, nickel accessories, brass movement, and the sophisticated flat top. This model features a bottom drawer and an 8 day triple chime.
The 8-day cable driven Hermle Nicolette, Triple (Westminster, St. Michael, and Whittington) Chime Grandfather Clock features a solid wood handmade case. Crown molding and a stepped base, along with half turned columns give this contemporary clock a little bit of antique flair. Black finish adds to the drama of the brass dial and ornate cast center design.
Please Note: Chimes are for song reference only and do not represent the actual sound of the clock. Some clocks don't come with strikes. Please refer to the product description.
FeaturesDimensions: 85" x 31" x 15" (H x W x D)
Movement: 8-Day Cable Driven, Pendulum Chimes: triple chimes Chime Frequency: 4/4h Auto Night Shut Off: yes
Made in U.S.A
Manufacturer Warranty: 3 Years
No sales tax
Free shipping in the U.S.
Quick 24-48 hour processing
Model Number: HNA010802741161
CLOCKMAKER CRAFTSMANSHIP - RELIABLE AS CLOCKWORK
The clockmaker's precision craftsmanship: it's mythic, it's legendary - and it's common practice at each Hermle manufacturer. At Hermle, our company values and embraces unparalleled product quality, reliability, and customer service. All Hermle clocks, clock movements and turning parts share a common standard. Whether elaborate wall clocks, mechanical movements for a wide spectrum of industries, or any of our traditional models or styles. Decades of German craftsmanship, knowledge, and quality assurance are packaged into every treasure we produce. In addition to our Germany-based manufactory in Gosheim, Hermle clocks are also built in Amherst, Virginia. Nestled in the scenic foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains of Virginia, Hermle Black Forest Clocks began manufacturing mechanical movements in the USA in 1977. This marked a new chapter of growth for the company as Hermle was able to utilize American and imported hardwoods to supply case goods for highly sought-after German quality mechanisms. The Amherst plant specializes in traditional hardwood floor, grandfather, wall, and mantel clock cases, with German movements and accessories. Some of the styles are based on early American tradition, and one is even a licensed Colonial Williamsburg reproduction.
Franz Hermle started his clock company in 1922 once Germany began recovering from World War I. His focus was on attention to detail and expert craftsmanship, which is still seen in the clocks they produce today. Exquisite wood selections, stains, paint, designs and movements are what make Hermle such a renown and quality brand.
By the 1930s, Hermle became world renown for their clock movement manufacturing, leveraging modern advancements in engineering that put them ahead of the competition who still used 19th century methods to manufacture their movements. This increased the efficiency and precision of making the clocks and resulted in a better overall product.
Hermle Clocks is known worldwide for their wide range of Grandfather clocks, Wall Clocks, Mantel Clocks and Regulator Clocks. With facilities in the United States and Germany, Hermle and their 500 employees keep a close eye on the quality of the items they produce.
For 100 years, Hermle has set the stage and standard for quality clock movements and timepieces. They continue to push forward and innovate with modern designs as well as uphold antique traditional styles. Hermle movements are found in a wide variety of other clock makers internals and they continue to offer a quality product unlike any other.