Black Forest Clocks, carved by hand using wood from the Bavarian region are a German Tradition dating back centuries.  Heavy metal weights, often in the shape of pinecones, gently tugged the clockworks for continual movement.  Today, a new German tradition is becoming more and more prevalent in the United States, the Christmas Markets.  Each booth specializes in a particular type of food or product.  This is the 9th edition in a continuing series.
 

The booth is designed to replicate a Coo-Coo Clock.

The clocks on display are set at 5 to 6 for Department 56.

Notice the little Coo-Coo birdie at the top. 

Sign:  Kuckucksuuhren means Coo-Coo clocks. 

Stag head at the top and carved oak leaves are details of a traditional clock.

Introduced: May 2016
Porcelain
Set of 2: Black Forest Clock booth and Vendor Figure

Battery Operated (2C) 
Works with AC/DC Adapter 56.55026 or 56.53500
Series: Christmas Market
Ninth in a continueing series
Size: 5.5"Hx3.5"Wx3.75"L; 2.25"Hx1.5"Wx1.75"L

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