This Emmental-style chalet has a seesaw centered just above the face of the clock. Together with the clock’s tick-tock the seesaw moves up and down and gives the clock a very cheerful character. The stones at the foot of the flag pole are collected from around the Brienz mountains and the flowers are made of sand that is carefully collected from the banks of Lake Brienz and colored by hand.
This Emmental-style chalet cuckoo clock is quite animated and playful. The centerpiece is a seesaw situated just above the face of the clock with two giddy children, a little boy and girl, on either end. The seesaw tilts up and down in rhythm with the clock’s ticking and the swing of the pendulum, infusing the whole scene with a cheerful, lighthearted mood.
Loetscher’s “Woodcutter’s Chalet” model distinguishes itself from the others with its brightly painted red-colored eaves and gables decorated with yellow-colored flower carvings. When music plays at the half hour, the waterwheel rotates and the seesaw swings up and down. Never a dull moment at the “Woodcutter’s Chalet”!
If your desire is to own a Loetscher clock that really stands out of from the rest, this Emmental-style chalet cuckoo clock offers a stylistic departure with its snow-colored facade. Decorative curved wooden beams adorn the front of the house, their dark brown color providing a lovely counterpoint to the white of the edifice, as do the red wooden window shutters.
This enchanting chalet cuckoo clock gets its name from the two bright yellow birds carved into the chalet’s gable. To the left side of the scene you’ll find two curious little goats tucked away into a snug stable. When a tune plays on the half hour, the playful goats move up and down to the music, giving the delightful impression they’re dancing. At the same time, figurines on the balcony twirl upon hearing the music.
This clock charms with several lovingly crafted features, including a rotating waterwheel and steps leading to a corner veranda adorned with delicately detailed flowers. And, of course, there’s our best friend Barry standing at the front of the chalet, bookended by two very kissable Saint Bernard puppies.
This lively cuckoo clock presents a cheerful, activity-filled day at the chalet. At the center of the scene you’ll find a strikingly handsome, exquisitely detailed black cat eyeing two little mischievous mice in the cellar. After the cuckoo calls, all these delightful features go into motion while one of two tunes plays alternately. It’s a highly entertaining, show-stopping scene every time!
Vibrant and sparkly, this full sized Kit-Cat stands out of the crowd! He has the same iconic design as Classic Black Kit-Cat, but shines with a fun new color that will spark conversation and bring smiles to your family and friends.
Loetscher celebrates the widely admired, hard-working Swiss miller with this one-of-a-kind chalet cuckoo clock. The scene depicted in this distinctive model is that of a miller hunched over, hauling a heavy bag of flour on his back. His apron is stained brown, bearing the accumulation of years of working with this precious grain.