Since Kieninger have been purchased by the US Company Howard Miller, their movements are no longer available for individual sale. However , we still have a limited range available.

Joseph KieningerThe Kieninger Clock Factory was founded in 1912 in the Black Forest of Germany, and is the oldest existing manufacturer of mechanical clock movements for grandfather-, wall- and mantel clocks in the world.

From its very first beginning Kieninger has employed traditional concepts: The manufacture of technically advanced, high quality mechanical movements and clocks. Kieninger is known around the world for its craftsmanship, using only the highest quality products.

Kieninger clocks are counted among the classics of the industry.

Kieninger clocks and movements offer a multitude of partially patented technical innovations and clock making specialties:

Kieninger CLocksManufacturing quality shows in every movement: All movement plates are made of a special brass alloy which is hard and has a tensile strength of 520 MPa. The holes for the journals are reamed and smoothened after lacquering and then receive an oil sink.

Pinions are made of high-quality steel or stainless steel. Fast turning pinions are hardened. All journals are roller burnished in a special process. Some movements feature bronze-bushings and/or jewels in critical positions. The gears are made of a very tough and hard brass alloy with a tensile strength of 610 MPa.

A high level of corrosion protection for all components is assured. Brass components are pickled and receive a coat of clear lacquer. Steel components are made from stainless steel or receive a galvanic nickel coating. Each movement has a laser engraved serial number.