In this day and age of digital and even atomic clocks the old original styles of clock kits are as popular as ever.
Very few woodworking projects are as beautiful as a well crafted mantel clock or a schoolhouse clock hanging on the wall.
A lot of the popular clock plans nowadays have been converted to accept the newer clock works. Still, some woodworkers prefer using the traditional clock mechanisms. The style and price range depend on your own tastes.
Almost every woodworker has given some thought to building a mantel clock or a colonial cherry grandfather clock. What woodworker wouldn't be proud that? Some brave souls have even had a thought or two about building a cuckoo clock. Hmmm...
It doesn't matter if you use a standard plan or design your own, wood encased clocks are one of the more fun challenges you'll find in woodworking.
Arts & Crafts Style Grandfather Clock Plan
A classic American clock your family will cherish for generations.
This attractive timepiece makes a great accent for any desk. Of solid brass and polished chrome construction, it features a precision quartz movement. Includes the clock and arch, a battery and mounting screws. Create your own wood base. Pen Holder sold separately.
Every room needs a clock — why not make your own? This Learn & Create™
kit is great for all skill levels (ages 10 +) and includes an 8-inch square
wooden clock blank, a clock movement, hands, numbers and easy-to-follow
instructions and project ideas. Movement requires one AA battery (not