This c.1930 Kienzle clock is an 8 day clock with a large bright chrome pendulum. The dial and accompanying key are marked Keinzle. The clock styling includes beautiful heavy curved silver numerals inside concentric rings, and an elegantly styled bevelled glass window showing the large, shiny pendulum. The clock strikes the hour only and is a gong style (coiled spring) strike.
The case features curved front edges with horizontal grain rosewood veneer perpendicular to the center panel grain. The door hinges are strong and there are two hooks to latch the door securely.
Condition: We did not verify the movement is Kienzle, but the clock looks to be in original, very good, running condition. We always recommend service by a reputable clock shop to ensure accuracy and longevity. Please note, there is a small flaw or nick in the glass window.
20" High x 11.5" Wide x 4.75" Deep
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