Absolutely beautiful work! I hope the person that receives this clock realizes what a piece of craftsmanship it is. This is the type of work that is passed down through generations of families.Clock carcass complete. Now my favorite part! Finishing! (actually I hate finishing. Normally just spray on lacquer or poly and call it good)
On this piece I will apply 2 to 3 coats of tung oil, let dry and then finish with spray poly. The lumber just came out too pretty not to do a decent finish on it.
I ended up hating the feet I made so I am going without. I'll add some rubber button feet to protect the surface on whatever the clock sits on. I need to attach the metal clock face with 4 screws and finally add the back but all easy stuff.
So thanks all for joining me on my little project. Hope it was a fun follow.
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