Beautiful wooden clocks to build at home

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9 Responses to “Beautiful wooden clocks to build at home”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Cory,
    You missed mine! http://www.hardwoodclocks.com

  2. LeFunk says:

    Nah, all I need is this photo and a handsaw.

  3. Anonymous says:

    this looks amazingly (uncomfortably?) similar to David Roy’s “Wood That Works” pieces. http://www.woodthatworks.com/

  4. technogeek says:

    Oh. My.

    Really tempting. My scroll saw hasn’t been used enough…

  5. sargasso says:

    Wonderful!

  6. El Mariachi says:

    I used to see these things all over the place at crafts fairs and high-end gift shops in the 80s/early 90s. Were they all his or was this just a popular form of craft?

  7. Anonymous says:

    “In addition, she indicates the Zodiac Sun Sign and New Moon Ascension sign, has a MoonPhase Ball that indicates a nearly exact reflection of what the actual moon is doing in the night sky.”

    The site refers to the clocks in the female gender.

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