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Some of you may remember this clock in unfinished form from another post where I had depth of finish cut problems. I recently finished it and added the clock movement. I may need to add white paint to the tip of the hour hand to make it more visible when in the cat tails. I'm going to donate it to the nursing home my mother is a resident of.
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Very cool , I really like that

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That's a great looking clock, Bob, and a wonderful plan to donate it.
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Holy Hannah! That is so striking. Delicate, beautiful.

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That looks really nice, Bob! Love the look and I also agree it's nice to donate the clock.

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Holy Hannah! That is so striking. Delicate, beautiful.
Almost to delicate! The cat tails had a spike on top and all be one broke off during milling. The stalks are also to thin. I'll make another one in the future after I double the width of the stalks & spikes.
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Looks great the most important cat tail kept it's spike. I like the wood grain effect in the background give the effect of water. Real nice.
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Great looking clock Bob. I'm sure the nursing home will gladly display the clock for all to admire and enjoy. I agree with the white on the clock hands tips as the "locals" may need the assistance in seeing.
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wonderful clock
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