The compositional symmetries of Chinese architecture relive with Ku Ku Kina, a wall or table cuckoo clock. A play on words, and on shapes, which gives a nod to elongated oriental profiles, capable of
combining straight and slender lines and curved, amusing and harmonious appendages.
Made of painted wood; the particularity is in the roof which recalls Chinese architecture giving the cuckoo clock a particular aspect,
refined but without excesses. A decorative piece that makes itself noted, of character and elegance, ideal for both classic and
contemporary homes. Battery quartz movement.