Grandfather clock

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Project by letrusquin posted 570 days ago 2236 views 3 times favorited 22 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Grandfather clock made in black walnut and poplar. No screws. 2 years and half building time.

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-- - atelier le Trusquin - Quebec (Canada)

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#1 posted 570 days ago

Very nicely done! Great project.

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#2 posted 570 days ago

That is an outstanding grandfather clock! Looks great. I really like the base

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#3 posted 570 days ago

Absolutely beautiful!!

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#4 posted 570 days ago

That is a really nice clock The finish on the base is outstanding.

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#5 posted 570 days ago

Beautiful clock. What did you use for the works? Is it mechanical?
Very nice, very nice. Thanks for showing.

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#6 posted 570 days ago

Beautiful,beautiful Grandfather clock, Very impressive piece and a marvelous build .

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#7 posted 570 days ago

Beautiful!!! Great job. I’d love to build one someday. I love how you did the base on it. Just beautiful!


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#8 posted 570 days ago

Stunning , simply beautiful

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#9 posted 570 days ago

That is two and a half years very well spent! Very nice clock. I wish I had the patience to build one of these. Great workmanship!

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#10 posted 570 days ago

beautiful clock.thats one that will last for many years to come ,great job

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#11 posted 569 days ago

Magnificent workmanship. It looks fabulous.

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#12 posted 569 days ago

2 1/2 years? Wow. I’m not sure I’ve held a job that long, let alone seen a project through of that magnatude.
Very impressive work to say the least.

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#13 posted 569 days ago

Stunning and impressive grand clock. Great choice of wood and finish. Outstanding craftsmanship!


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#14 posted 569 days ago

Tres belle !

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#15 posted 569 days ago

Outstanding! Skillfully made.

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