This award gave him the recognition that he needed to attract skilled craftsmen to his workshops.
Numerous awards and certificates followed, from trade expos as far-flung as Australia and as close to home as Vienna.
The cases of these clocks reflect the furniture trends of the day and range from very simple to elaborately ornate.
The casework is extraordinarily well done and often incorporates hand carving.
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We have a sensitive approach to restoration - the clock cases are left in their original condition and lightly polished whilst the movements will be professionally cleaned to a working order. REGULATOR „LATERNDLUHR“ Signed: „Michael Bachner in Wien“, circa 1830 length: 142 cm, depth: 16 cm, duration: 31 days Mahogany veneered case (very flat), enamel dial, center sweep seconds hand, blued steel hands, fine gilded engine turned bezel, tapered pillars, deadbeat escapement, maintaining power, knife edge suspension, wood rod seconds beating pendulum with brass bob.