Stickley Mantel Clocks

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Project by Alongiron posted 794 days ago 1953 views 8 times favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Like Norm would say; “And here is my version of the Stickley Mantel Clock” This clock is based from the Craftsman magazine from October of 1905. I made one from QSWO and the other from Walnut. The top half of the back can be removed to gain access to the clockworks. They are finished with 2 coats of shellac and rubbed down good with paste wax. They will be gifted to two (2) lucky couples that will be getting married in June. The clock dials are from and the clockworks is from

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#1 posted 794 days ago

Very nice.

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#2 posted 794 days ago

Neat clock. Is the movement from klockit?...............Jim

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#3 posted 793 days ago

Jim..Yes it is…just a simple Seiko Thin Quartz Pendulum Movement: Short Shaft #11090..Thanks

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#4 posted 793 days ago

cool clocks .

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