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  • A Wall Hanging Watch-clock

    I found a clock in a local thrift store with the perfect movement to liberate for a wall hanging watch-clock. The watch is the result of a combination of scrollsaw and woodturning work. The watch-clock frame itself is black walnut, the bands are cherry and the buckle is holly. The movement is 3 1/4" in diameter.

    I have also posted this in General Scroll Saw because it does not seem really appropriate for this forum which has mostly fine fretwork as its interest.
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    Last edited by CalMcC; 11-21-2013, 10:43 AM. Reason: Comment about post in General Scroll Saw
    Calvin

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