• Baselworld 2015

    Visit us at Baselworld 2015!

    From 19th to 26th of March 2015, Baselworld – The Watch and Jewellery Show – will promote again to the international scene and will attract trade visitors as well as enthusiasts to Basel, Switzerland. Once again the clock manufactory Matthias Naeschke attends this international show and will present their amazing and luxury timepieces to the interested audience as well as to enthusiasts of fine clocks.

    We would be pleased to welcome you at our booth C 15 (AHCI booth) in hall 2.0.

    For more information, please visit baselworld.com .

Clocks by Matthias Naeschke

Unique pieces that last for generations

Unique longcase clocks

Finest quality, timeless elegance, the highest precision - the maxim of the German clock manufactory is to build the world's best and highest quality clocks. That means to realize new ideas with unprecedented designs, handcrafted to perfection and with a precision that no one else reached. Only then can one speak of vivid, true art of clockmaking. Only then one has the assurance to acquire something extraordinary. Creative spirit and the use of exquisite materials coupled with perfect design features are always characteristics of very good craftsmanship. Based on this principles the clockmakers around Matthias Naeschke build grandfather clocks, longcase clocks, mantel clocks, table clocks, regulators, and worldwide unique flute or organ clocks.

Epitome of fine, traditional clockmaking

Over the years the small clock workshop has become the epitome of finest clockmaking. Not only within Germany, but also worldwide. Following the principles of classical clockmaking every clock of the small Matthias Naeschke manufactory embodies the pursuit to create unique masterpieces. Therefore, the name of Matthias Naeschke resembles finest mechanics in exceptional clocks.

The declared aim with the exclusive timepieces “made in Haigerloch” is, to create lasting values. Made piece by piece by hand and individually designed according to customer's demands they go far beyond the standards of industrial clockmaking. Clocks from the manufactory Matthias Naeschke are made for lovers who never want to miss the constant motion of a pendulum and who adore the beauty and precision of a gilded or rhodium-plated movement, built into an elegant, aesthetically pleasing cabinet. This philosophy is pursued by Matthias Naeschke to do justice to the demands of the highest standards of living and quality of life.

Each clock made by Matthias Naeschke a real unique masterpiece - built to last for generations.

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