Austrian Biedermeier Period Vienna Regulator in Brazilian Rosewood Case
The Austrian Biedermeier Vienna regulator is a remarkable timepiece that exudes elegance and craftsmanship. Crafted circa 1830, it is a testament to the sophisticated design and mechanical ingenuity of the Biedermeier era.
The clock’s case embodies refinement, constructed from rich Brazilian Rosewood, renowned for its exquisite grain patterns and warm hues. The wood’s deep reddish-brown color complements the overall design and imparts a sense of luxury and elegance. A carved ebonized crest adorns the top of the clock case, adding a touch of opulence and grandeur. Further carved ebonized scrollwork accents adorn the case corners, adding lush ornamentation. The clock’s face features a one-piece porcelain dial framed by a beautifully crafted pie crust bezel. The dial displays distinctive beetle and poker hands, characteristic of Biedermeier clocks.
At the heart of this splendid timepiece is an 8-day weight-driven movement. This sophisticated mechanism drives the clock and ensures the precise and reliable timekeeping for which Vienna regulators are known.
This Austrian wall clock is a lovely example of the era with its refined aesthetics, masterful craftsmanship, and precision mechanics. This clock would undoubtedly be a cherished and captivating addition to any collector’s ensemble or an elegant focal point in any space.
This clock bears a complete restoration and carries a one-year warranty.
42″ High x 11″ Wide x 5″ Deep