This sweet little Black Forest style Pendulette wall clock was made in the mid 1930s for the August C Keebler Company of Philadelphia. Keebler was a wholesaler and didn't manufacture the clocks. The molded wood composition case was made by Syroco and the movement was made by Lux. It measures 6-1/2 inches high including pendulum by 3-1/2" wide.
The 30-hour clock is called the Bird Nest model. It has a dove on top and a bird nest on the bottom. Green leaves and tree limbs decorate the edges, forming a birdhouse shape. Decorative brass weights and chains hang from the bottom in front of the fast moving pendulum which beats 200 times per minute. The clock works well and comes with its key. It's in very good cosmetic condition as well with no chips or scratches to the finish.