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Old 05-05-2011, 02:17 PM   #1
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Default Grandfathers Clock - sort of

A grandfathers clock. Bit of a stretch I know. Not exactly 3-D but not quite flat either.

5 1/2" wide and 10" tall. My design, but similar to other plans I have seen on the web.

Made from Padauk and finished with tung oil and wipe-on poly. It uses clock and mini-pendulum inserts.
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Great clock Ron. I love the design and choice of wood. Thanks for posting
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What a cute clock! How tall is it?
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Great clock Ron. I love the design and choice of wood. Thanks for posting
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Thanks Patti. It is 10" tall, including the base.
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Nice job on that clock Ron. I saw a larger version of this type of clock done by a bandsaw. The clock was full sized. Thanks for showing us the clock.. Someone will really like it.

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That is Awesome! Any chance for the pattern?

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I rather like that ! For sure to do some time .

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Nice job on that clock Ron. I saw a larger version of this type of clock done by a bandsaw. The clock was full sized. Thanks for showing us the clock.. Someone will really like it.

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Thanks DW.

Full size, wow. That would be interesting.

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Randy, Roger. I will think about it. I looked at the patterns section and would need to do a bit of cleanup and come up with a short blurb.

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