- Walnut Case with Satin Banding
- Early Vienna Style
- Circa 1830
- Metal Pendulum rod
- Double sided brass bob
- Dial signed by famous maker
- Runs over a month on a winding
Dachluhren Vienna Regulator circa 1830 running a full 36 days on a single winding. Walnut case with satin banding. Engine turned bezel and one piece porcelain dial. Original weight, pendulum and winding key. This clock is unique in that the door never had a latch or lock to hold it closed. It fits inside the case and stays shut without a latch of any kind. The dial is signed by the maker Johann Kralik. Kralik is listed as a grand Master in 1820. He was actively making clocks until 1853. The movement is of the highest quality and is working perfectly. I included a picture of the back board with the mount removed. There are no extra holes in the backboard so the movement is original to the case. It has the original wall stabilizers and winding crank. This is a very rare example of the quality pieces that made Vienna regulators famous worldwide. To find one in this condition and originality is extremely rare.