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Shaker Tall Clock Downloadable Plan

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21321-WJC027
Shaker Tall Clock Downloadable Plan
Shaker Tall Clock Downloadable Plan

The Shaker Tall Clock is an heirloom piece that will repay your weeks or months of dedicated woodworking with untold years of satisfaction. A clock built by Shaker Erastus Rude inspired this version, which has been changed to accommodate modern woodworking techniques. The Rude clock can still be seen at the Shaker Museum in Old Chatham, New York.

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  • Downloadable plans are nonrefundable.
(1) Downloadable Shaker Tall Clock Plan
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George H on Mar 17, 2019
Makes good grandfather clock and will put glass in the door for the pendant
Thomas D on Jan 7, 2019
Style
George H on Mar 17, 2019
Like the design
Dom on Mar 16, 2019
Makes good grandfather clock and will put glass in the door for the pendant
Thomas D on Jan 7, 2019
Style
Robert R D on Oct 23, 2018
Future Project
Steve F on Apr 6, 2018
I am looking forward on this project for my home
Peter W on Feb 21, 2018
gift
William C D on Feb 8, 2018
Future project idea
Stephen J on Oct 31, 2017
I may have my neighbor build this clock.
William R on Mar 16, 2017
A very beautiful clock! I can't wait to get started on it. I know it will be soooo much fun.
Bill W on Jan 3, 2017
I have found a passion for furniture building and I love early american. I want to build a Grandfather clock for my hall. Can not beat the price.
Sandra R on Aug 9, 2016
Like the design
Dom on Mar 16, 2019
Style
Robert R D on Oct 23, 2018
Where can I get a movement to put in the clock?
Alice B on Jul 15, 2018
BEST ANSWER: There are several vendors on line that manufacture or sell different movements, the biggest problem will be picking just one.(maybe you could make several clocks and then keep one and use the others for Xmas gifts)
Good luck
What wood is recommended for this clock?
James S on Mar 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Shaker furniture was typically built of cherry, maple or pine. I made mine of red oak.
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