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    A couple of “vintage” wall clocks

    Just a little fun with veneer, sand shading, and inlays....

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    You have some serious talent Phil. I really REALLY like the round one. Gorgeous.

    John

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    I could not say which one I like more. They are just really fantastic clocks Phil. The design and execution is just perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John TenEyck View Post
    You have some serious talent Phil. I really REALLY like the round one. Gorgeous.

    John
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    Artful and mysterious. I’ve been alternately looking at each for a while now, trying to figure out what they mean...You have brought new
    purpose to clock watching !

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    Beautiful work!
    A wannabe woodworker!

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    Skillz................wow. Nice!
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    These are beautiful. Just... wow!
    And there was trouble, taking place...

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    Always amazing work!
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    Impressive Phil, and a nice gift idea!

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    Beautiful phil

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    Very nicely designed and built. Thanks for sharing.
    Rustic? Well, no. That was not my intention!

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    That's some really nice veneer work. Congratulations.

    Mike
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    Thanks all for the nice complements. Just received my books from Jim - one being clock making - so hope to do a traditional wall or mantle clock soon.

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    I like these! Good job.

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