Classic timepiece interpreted in a modern way.
With the table clock model NT 11 RH, Matthias Naeschke have adapted their proven principle of two separate drive weights to a table clock for the first time. This made it possible to develop a weekly runner with very compact dimensions. The decisive advantage of the weight drive is a constant drive torque from full winding to winding down – accompanied by a very precise rate over the entire running time.
With weight watches, the focus is always on the maximum possible fall height of the weight. With the NT 11 RH table clock, the two weights are guided on two beautifully shaped arms at the top right and left of the clockwork over a pulley each. The aim of this is to achieve a maximum drop height. The size of the weights themselves also plays a crucial role in this timepiece. Because we always attach great importance to getting by with the smallest tolerances and friction losses with our clocks.
Impressive technology meets classic design
In addition to the technical refinements, the design also plays a decisive role. With the table clock NT 11, a total work of art has emerged from impressive technology and classic design. A mixture that, in our opinion, fits very well into today’s world and looks very modern in the rhodium-plated version of the NT 11 table clock. In the version as a skeleton clock, nothing remains hidden. The viewer can see every part of the work and discover the meticulousness with which Matthias Naeschke have completed every little detail.
ATTRACTIVE HOME ACCESSORY AND AN EXPRESSION OF A SENSE OF TRADITION
The high-gloss polished base of the NT 11 RH is made of cherry wood and embedded with a stain specially developed for Matthias Naeschke. At first glance, the base appears completely black, but depending on the light intensity, the natural cherry wood grain is still visible through the clear coat. A circumferential, thin metal strip and the four adjustable feet set additional shiny accents. Clearly drawn Roman numerals on a matt silver-plated background, together with the blued steel hands, enable the dial to be read very easily.
A table clock like this is an attractive home accessory and an expression of a genuine sense of tradition. Friends of classic mechanics appreciate the ritual of putting the beautifully shaped winding key on the precisely fitting winding square and – accompanied by the gentle click of the ratchet – winding the clock for the next seven days.
- Matthias Naeschke caliber 11
- Running time: 7 days
- Drive: cable drive
- Skeleton plates made of 4 mm hard brass with 5 pillars
- All brass parts (except for the gold-plated wheels) are rhodium-plated
- Drives and shafts hardened and polished
- Escapement: Resting Naeschke “Drops” lever escapement with round ruby pallets
- Rate regulator: 5-rod compensating pendulum with brass pendulum lens
- Impact rate: 120 / minute
- 7 ruby bearings, 4 stainless precision ball bearings
- Numeral ring matt silver-plated
- Printed with Roman numerals and minutes
- Blued steel hands
- Gilded bezel
- Base: Cherry with metal inlays and high gloss clear coat
- Glass case: frame made of brass profiles screwed
- Front of the glass case with door
- 4 solid, multi-part columns for fastening the movement
- Leveling screws on all 4 corners of the base
- 5 faceted lenses
Height x width x depth: 45 x 30 x 22 cm
2 Years warranty.
Also available to order in Gold.