Wall clocks

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valmet
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Wall clocks

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Some of my new wall clocks :
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Carved in oak wood and finished with wax.
Carved in oak wood and finished with wax.
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Carved in plywood and painted.
Carved in plywood and painted.
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https://www.etsy.com/shop/LVwoodworks

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scottp55
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I like the angular oak the best, but all are nice :)

GaryR6
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TIC TOC, TIC TOC, LIKE THE MODERN ONE.

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What clock mechanism did you use?

valmet
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I use these clock movements :
http://www.clockparts.co.uk/high-torque ... ements.htm
so there no TIC TOC :D
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Those look really great. Are they stuck directly to the walls? If so how?

Gordon

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