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Arts & Crafts Style Grandfather Clock Plan

Item #: 30286

Regular Price: $15.99

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Overview

A classic American clock your family will cherish for generations.

Arts & Crafts Style Grandfather clock Plan A combination of features- the protruding faux through tenons, the impressive 7 foot height- makes this majestic clock a classic. Thanks to the easy-to follow plan, the project is possible for the average woodworker. The plan includes instructions for making the faux through tenons. Measures 7 feet high X 27 1/4" wide X 16" deep.

Mission Clock Movement

Westminster movement chimes at each quarter hour and strikes at the full hour. Wooden pendulum features 4 1/2" brushed brass bob. Includes mounting brackets, weights, hands and chains.

Features:
  • 4/4 Westminster chime on each quarter hour and strikes on the full hour. A silencing position is available.
  • Automatic Beat to simplify the rhythmic beat-setting of the clock.
  • Straight wood pendulum (with polished brass bob).
  • Pre-installed chains.
Specifications:
  • Hermle 8 day, Westminster chime, chain driven movement.
  • Solid brass plates- size: 4 3/4" Wide X 4 3/4" High X 1/8" Thick.
  • Pendulum length: 34-7/8" from center of hand shaft to tip of pendulum.
  • Pendulum swing: 10-1/2".
  • Pendulum bob: 4-1/2" diameter.
  • Movement comes complete with chime rods and block, straight wood pendulum, brushed brass weights.

Tech Spec

Brand Rockler
Weight (lbs) 0.1100
Topic Grand Father Clock

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Used quarter-sawed white oak. I like...

Steven O from Ann Arbor, MI Posted September 11, 2011
Used quarter-sawed white oak. I like how it turned out.

The plan is very well done,...

Benedict L from Chapel Hill, NC Posted September 5, 2008
The plan is very well done, with explicit and detailed listings of parts and the proper steps in constructing this grandfather clock. The design is also to my liking: simple, straight forward, and handsome.

This Grandfather clock finishes out at...

Fred M from New Lisbon, WI Posted August 14, 2007
This Grandfather clock finishes out at seven feet tall, and is a beautiful piece. I built mine using ash lumber and English Chestnut stain, and many coats of polyurethane varnish. Once complete, I decided to take it another step and had the bottom door glass etched to coordinate with the design on the face of the clock itself. As an afterthought, we had our family name etched into the bottom of the door as well. This project is one I have long wanted to do, and although I put in many hours, now that it is complete, I have the satisfaction of having created a NEW family heirloom.

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I have been ordering from Rockler for almost 20 years and have found their products to be very inexpensive and of high quality. Shipping is fast even when an item is back ordered. The best prices I have found anywhere."

- Orval - 08/07/2012

What People are Saying:

I have been ordering from Rockler for almost 20 years and have found their products to be very inexpensive and of high quality. Shipping is fast even when an item is back ordered. The best prices I have found anywhere."

- Orval - 08/07/2012
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