Alarm clock for table or shelf with mechanised dice throwers on dial, made by Junghans, Wurttemberg, Germany.
The dial shows a scene of dice throwers wearing feathered hats and ruffs, seated at a table. An arm holding a dice throwing cup moves with the clock hands.

It was originally in poor condition when purchased by the donor John Askew. It was put back in order by watchmaker James Searle in Melbourne.

Physical Description

Round nickel plated case, 5 inches in diameter. Separate spring and mechanism operates the dice throwing, which is seen on dial side. Spring wound; pin palette.

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