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Mini cuckoo clock, 'Polka Band' - Polka Band Mini Cuckoo Clock Curate

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Polka Band Polka Band Mini Cuckoo Clock

You can almost hear the "oompah" of the tuba in the diminutive polka band that... more

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You can almost hear the "oompah" of the tuba in the diminutive polka band that attends the hours on this charming wall clock. Miniature cuckoo clocks, called kuckulino, are part of a tradition in Germany's Black Forest region that dates back to the mid-18th century. This chalet-style cuckoo clock features the Westminster chime and cuckoo call; both can be shut off. Two AA batteries are required (not included).

  • 0.34 kgs
  • 0.8 lbs
  • 15.2 cm H x 15.2 cm W x 8.9 cm D
  • 6" H x 6" W x 3.5" D

  • Birch, resin, brass
  • Batteries not included
  • Free Gift Wrap? No
  • Premium Gift Wrap? No
  • Made in Germany.
  • Ships fast from USA.
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"German Cuckoo clock"

Love this item. You can choose between music or bird chirps played on the hour...or can shut off the sound entirely if you choose. Takes me back to Germany's Black Forest.

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