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  • John Nelson's Italian Fretwork Shelf Clock

    any sugestions where i can find the clock parts for my work that i have done?

  • #2
    Try the Wooden Teddy Bear.

    The Wooden Teddy Bear, Inc.: Clock Inserts
    Creator of fine designer sawdust.


    • #3
      The insert is available from

      Klockit - Inserts & Dials - 3 7/8" Slim Profile Inserts


      • #4
        I have lost the summer isssue from a few years ago for the instructions to put an Italian fret Work Clock together. I have the pattern but need that back issue. Any idea on how I could get the issue??


        • #5
          Look on the left hand side column under Subscribe Today and you will see a link to order back issues. They (Fox Chapel) also have archive CD's available with the magazines on them from issue 1 to 36 (12 issues on each CD )
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