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Wormy Chestnut Shaker Wall Clock

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Project by Michael posted 463 days ago 1033 views 0 times favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I built three of these back around the Christmas time frame. The others were presents and made of black cherry and I will post them when my brothers send me pictures. Anyways I acquired this wormy chestnut from a barn remodel about 10 years ago. The doors are half lap construction and all other joinery is of the dado variant. I made the hanger a bit different than the usual 4×12 board that the plan from fine woodworking suggests. The pin that this clock hangs from is actually a nail used in some sunken vessels in a certain waterway close to our Capital. Finished with one coat of tung oil and three coats of wipe on poly. Look between the 11-12 and see a splotch of blood I need to wipe off. For sale btw

-- "A woodworking project is either a masterpiece or a POS" Dr. Lang





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#1 posted 463 days ago

Great looking clock,very nice work.

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#2 posted 463 days ago

That’s a very great looking clock! Nice craftsmanship!

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#3 posted 463 days ago

Like it. Well done.

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#4 posted 463 days ago

Really nice looking clock, and great wormy chestnut.

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