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.