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Clocks by Matthias Naeschke
Unique pieces that last for generations
The maxim of our clock manufactory is to build the world’s best and highest quality clocks through dedication to the finest quality, timeless elegance and the highest precision. Since 1984, we have been producing high-quality longcase clocks, table clocks, regulators and, uniquely in the world, flute clocks or organ clocks. The strength of our company, which is rich in tradition, is the handcrafted precision of the production, the extremely high vertical range of manufacture as well as the realization of new ideas in classical clockmaking.
The epitome of finest, classic clockmaking
Our declared aim with is to create lasting values with our exclusive timepieces "Made in Haigerloch". Hand-made piece by piece and individually designed according to customer’s requirements we go far beyond the standards of industrial clockmaking.
Thus, over the years, our small manufactory has become the epitome of finest clockmaking - not only within Germany, but worldwide. That is why the name Matthias Naeschke stands for the finest mechanics in exceptional clocks.
Tradition meets modernity
The new NT 8 GT table clock impressively demonstrates that classical mechanics is an extremely exciting, limitless subject. So we have taken a completely new approach to the development of the movement of this 7-day runner. The result is an exciting mix of modern design, new materials and colours. Ideas borrowed from automotive and lightweight aviation have been incorporated into the design and these ideas shape the movement in countless ways.
The entire clockwork with dial and compensation pendulum weighs just 1.5 kg. Not a single excess gram appears on the movement's openworked main plates, which are reminiscent of the filigree skeleton of an airplane wing. They are made of an aluminium alloy and are only reinforced in those places where it is absolutely necessary. The movement frame with its 5 solid pillars is held together by 9 polished hexagon nuts replacing customary screws.