SKU:  Table Waltz Clock


£ 36,871.00
Incl Vat (UK)

£ 30,726.09
Excl Vat

Beautifully hand crafted in Austria, the Table Waltz clock by Carl Suchy is presented in a limited series of only ten pieces. Boasting contrasting light and dark elements, together with the sophistication of an in-house mechanical clock movement, the model is distinguished by a case designed by Rainer Mutsch.

An acclaimed watchmaker his time, Carl Suchy founded his company in Prague in1822. Now re-awakened after laying dormant for almost a century, the name Suchy is once again representing the grandeur of its historically significant horological legacy with a portfolio of beautifully crafted timepieces.

Exhibiting contemporary design finesse, the Table Waltz clock has a dark casing with a silk-matte finish. Crafted from nickel-plated brass, it has a height of 25.5cm, measures 14.5cm across and with a depth of only 8.5cm it carries perfect proportions for table, bureau or mantelpiece.

The profiling is of a conical shape and, with hand cut and engraved glass on the front and rear side, it has been styled to showcase the intricacies and workings of the mechanisms. Furthermore, the inside of the casing has been rendered with a gloss finish to enhance the open-worked and polished brass gear wheels, and to complement the dark finish of the bell of the mechanical CS-T1 in-house movement. Handcrafted and assembled in Austria, the movement exhibits superlative finishing with its prestige elevated through the use of 14 ruby jewels and individually heat-blued steel screws.

The dial is openworked with the hours and minutes indicated via black toned hour markers upon a white chapter ring, with a contrasting darkened minutes track decorated with golden markers.  When fully wound, the clock has a power reserve of seven days, enabled via an integrated key winding mechanism with an overwind protection. On the hour, the chime of the bell is a delicate and exquisitely charming feature, and with a full exposé of the components one can view every fascinating detail of the gong and its mechanism from the front or rear side of the casing.

A timepiece that boasts a contemporary aesthetic, yet one which is crafted using traditional atelier clockmaking techniques, the Table Waltz by Carl Suchy is strictly limited to only ten pieces, with each model engraved with an unique limitation reference number.