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Made this clock for my cousin. He had some cherry lumber in his barn he had milled several years ago and gave it to me. Finished with natural danish oil. Hope he likes it. Jerry





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Ole

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#1 posted 1048 days ago

If he doesn’t like it I’ll take it. Looks great, thanks for posting it! What kind of movement did you use?

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Beginningwoodworker

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#2 posted 1048 days ago

Beautiful Shaker Clock.

-- CJIII Future cabinetmaker

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jerryo

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#3 posted 1048 days ago

Thanks Ole and CJ. Ole, I used a battery powered quartz movement for ease of maintenance,durability and cost.
The cheapest mechanical movement I could find was about $120 and had a life of 5 to 8 years with yearly maintenance. Jerry

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#4 posted 1046 days ago

Nice job Jerry.

-- Stevo

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jerryo

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#5 posted 1046 days ago

Thanks, Steve. How have you been?

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#6 posted 508 days ago

Nice looking clock : ) Big fan of Shaker pieces .
Did you ever drill a “hang hole” in the spine board , or how is it hung on the wall otherwise ?

-- I'm absolutely positive that I couldn't be more uncertain!

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