Unique pieces that perform for generations

The philosophical maxim of our Naeschke clockworks is to build the world‘s highest quality clocks through dedication to the finest design and timeless elegance together with the highest mechanical precision. That means realizing new ideas with unprecedented designs handcrafted to perfection with a precision that no one else achieves. Only then can we speak of the vibrant and true art of clockmaking. Only then one finds the assurance to acquire something extraordinary.

The epitome of the finest clockmaking

Creative spirit and exquisite materials coupled with perfect designs are universal characteristics of exquisite craftsmanship. Based on these principles we build our range of precision mechanical clocks and we are the sole makers of organ clocks in the world today.

Over the years our small Naeschke clockworks has become the epitome of the finest clockmaking – not only within Germany but worldwide. Following the principles of classical horology every clock of our small manufactory embodies the pursuit of creating unique masterpieces. The name of Matthias Naeschke represents the finest mechanics in exceptional clocks.

Contemplating a fine and venerable clock reminds us of the most precious thing we possess on this earth: Measure time.

Typically Naeschke

NR 110

Anyone looking for a classic regulator in the reduced style of the great French precision pendulum clocks will find exactly that in our model NR 110. This regulator embodies all the typical characteristics of a Naeschke longcase clock in a smaller size.

Great Baselworld 2017

Baselworld 2017

Baselworld 2017 is over - it was a great show! Once again we have managed to delight visitors with our attractive, luxurious timepieces. Especially our latest table clock NT 10 and our new regulator NR 110 attracted great interest and brought a sparkle to the eyes of trade visitors and enthusiasts.

Maritime evocation

NT 10

With the design of our skeleton clock NT 10 we were inspired by ship floors and hulls. A highly polished, gilded brass plate forms the base. The upper base is made of finely grained sapele wood and with its concave profile, it is reminiscent of the hull of a ship.