Clock Iliad rhodonite, polished
Mechanical mantel clocks are made using the technique of Russian mosaic according to the technology of the 19th century. Small bronze elements of clockes are minted by hand; only natural material rhodonite is used in the production
After processing the bronze, the bronze is polished by hand by a master.
Each stone has its own structure, the pattern of the stone is selected by the master so that the lines of the pattern smoothly pass from one to another, creating the effect of a single stone. Each manufactured clock is one-of-a-kind and may differ from the photographs presented on the site.
The stone-cutting technique of Russian mosaic is considered the pinnacle in the art of creating curved products from natural stone. Items exhibited in the Hermitage were made using the technique of Russian mosaic.
All clock models are repairable, they can be disassembled, if necessary, cleaned and reassembled, giving them their original appearance. The clock uses mechanical movements Hermle (Germany).
The harmonious proportions of the clockes and the excellent workmanship give this piece a special sophistication.