Adolf Herr Cuckoo Clocks

Adolf Herr cuckoo clocks have a really long tradition in making Black forest clocks. Generations backward started to manifest their unique talent. In the 1780s, Adolf Herr’s ancestor, Johann Hiller made cuckoo clocks and then learned his son-in-law, Johann Baptist Rainer, born in 1763.

He continued the tradition and taught his son-in-law Christian Herr, born in 1814. At that point, each generation passed their making clock skills from father to son. Christian Herr taught the craft to Bernhard Herr, who taught Robert Herr, and Robert taught Rudolf Herr. Adolf Herr, son of Rudolf Herr, started to make clocks in 1977 in Hornberg, Germany. That year he initiated his business and opened the House of Black Forest Clocks. In that manner, he followed up with his ancestors and nurtured a long family tradition.

Adolf Herr’s son Juergen, inheritor of the big cuckoo clock legacy built an image around the world in making some of the most amazing cuckoo clocks. At first glance, everyone can notice commitment and love for Adolf Herr cuckoo clocks that grew for decades.