A clock with a difference
|Ron Davis||19/03/2009 21:46:20|
1619 forum posts
My latest, the wood was rescued from a skip by my son-in-law and he gets the clock for his living room when we have fininshed decorating it.
See my albums if you would like to see how I did it.
I have made three clocks with this technique, using yew with holly for the hour markers, no pix as I sold them.
There should have been four, but I found out about carrying the lines through from the face the hard way!
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Very nice Ron, well done mate
|Alan T.||26/02/2010 10:03:19|
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|Hello Ron, That's a lovely idea ,well carried out. I particularly like the veneer covered hands. Well done. It's surprising what you can find in skips these days. Cheers Alan T.|
|Mark Sutton||26/02/2010 12:23:46|
193 forum posts
Hi Ron, as above comments, wonderful idea. I must admit i have found some very intersting timbers in Skips!!
|George Arnold||26/02/2010 14:57:14|
1834 forum posts
Nice job, thanks for taking the time to post the pictures, not bad from a skip, that's one of the joys of turning you can take sombody's scrap and turn a useful article,
386 forum posts
Ron , As said by all , nice use of materials , do especially like the way you drilled the holes and produced the eliptical markers . And the colours make a nice contrast too .
Kind regards Sam
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