The company Hones Uhren was founded in 1950 by the master clockmaker Daniel Hones and acquired by Wolfgang Trenkle in 1984. Mr. Trenkle is a talented clock maker himself. His clock designs garner worldwide appeal that have proven to stand the test of time. Today Hones continues a tradition of excellence that has lasted for more than seventy years. Each clock is handmade by a staff of expert Black Forest clock makers overseen by Mr. Trenkle. They currently manufacture more than 450 models of Hones cuckoo clocks and they are typically decorated in hunting motifs, Black Forest houses, and even modern art designs.
You will know that a Hones Cuckoo Clock is authentic in part because of the elaborate detail that is present in all of their clocks, but especially by the Hones company logo that replaces the number 12 on the clock faces. The wood used in all Hones Cuckoo Clocks is sourced from the Black Forest, and the internal brass workings are also produced in the area. The musical elements of the clocks are the only component of their clocks not produced in Germany, as they come from Switzerland.
With so many models to choose from, they build cuckoo clocks to fit any taste and any budget. Some of these clocks are very detailed, such as the Running Water 22” Cuckoo Clock, or the elaborate Brushed Eagle 37” Cuckoo Clock. These clocks are sure to make a statement wherever they are hung, meant to be prized centerpieces in your home, cabin or lodge.
On the other hand, Hones makes cuckoo clocks that are more affordable such as the 2 Tone Railway 13” Cuckoo Clock or the Musical Belle 13” Cuckoo Clock. No matter the price point, every Hones clock is made to strict specifications, and a cuckoo clock won’t leave their shop without being thoroughly inspected.
As an authorized Hönes dealer Bavarian Clockworks offers these stunning pieces of mechanical art for as much as 40% off the original price, due to our factory direct relationship with the Hones Uhren GmbH company. Hoenes Cuckoo Clocks are considered among the very best in the industry, and they can be found in the finest homes, offices, and lodges around the world.