1950’s – 1960’s Slava Mechanical Alarm Clock

  • Product No. 04005
  • 1950’s – 1960’s Slava Mechanical Alarm Clock
  • 11 Jewels , Manual Winding, Brass and Painted Metal
  • Colour – Parchment White Face, Vintage Mint Green Metal Case with Brass Details and Stand
  • Made in CCCP/ USSR in Moscow, Soviet Union by Slava  - Since 1924



On offer is this adorable, 11 Jewel, Mechanical, Mint Green Alarm Clock. It has a soft, hypnotic ticking which adds an ambience reminiscent of a simpler time. 

This clock is rare because it is offered in such good used vintage condition and when tested, it works just fine. 

Slava in Russian ‘’Cлава’’ means "Glory" but commonly referred to as "Slava Lava!" During the 1930’s the factory developed wrist watches, alarm, wall and car clocks, pocket watches and chess clocks. Slava was the second non-military watch maker established in the Soviet Union. Their watches and clocks have always been intended for civilians and not the military or aerospace.

One of the strongest links to the West was the production of Slava watches for the British Company Sekonda. This relationship lasted from the 1960’s until the collapse of the USSR.

The old factory building in Moscow has recently been demolished but the Slava factory continues to produce watches today.


  • 1964 - Leipzig International Fair Slava tuning-fork wrist watch received a gold medal
  • 1974 - Slava watches received a gold medal at Brno Fair
  • 1975 - Gold medal at Leipzig International Fair



  • Approximately ~ 8cm tall
  • Approximately ~ 7cm wide


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