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The Tambour Mantel Clock
The Tambour is a traditional mantel clock. This quartz clock is 15" wide by 5 1/2" tall and 1 3/4" deep, with a 5 1/2" dial and glass bezel. Shown here in cherry and walnut. The walnut clock has a slightly different base and brass feet.
*Standard quartz movement only.
The McCreedy Mantel Clock
This mantel clock is a dramatic statement in any room. Shown here in walnut, the McCreedy is approximately 9 1/2" wide by 16" tall by 4" deep.
*Available in solid cherry or walnut. * Mechanical 8-day movement *Chiming quartz movement
The Maine Cottage Clock
Cottage clocks became popular during the Victorian age, replacing the large and more expensive "box" clocks. This clock, shown here in walnut, is approximately 8" wide by 12" tall by 3 1/2" deep.
*Walnut or cherry wood *Non-chiming quartz movement
The McCracken Shelf Clock
The design for this clock is a mix of a regular mantel clock like the McCreedy and a steeple clock designed by Elias Ingraham of Bristol, Connecticut, in 1845. The McCracken is shown here in walnut with a heart-design etched glass. Other etched designs available.
*Approximately 10" wide by 18" tall by 4 1/2" deep. *Solid cherry or walnut Movement options: *Chiming quartz movement *Mechanical 8-day non-chiming movement
The Saint George Column Clock
This clock, based on an earlier Elias Ingraham design, incorporates a split turning to produce the columns on either side of the door. Shown here in cherry with gold transfer and black-painted glass on the door. It measures approximately 11 1/2" wide by 16 1/2" tall by 5 1/4" deep.
*Solid walnut or cherry wood Movement options: *Chiming quartz movement *Mechanical 8-day non-chiming movement *Mechanical 14-day gong strike movement
The Magrogan Mantel Clock
A traditional mantel clock that measures 14" high by 9" wide by 5" deep. This model is made of sapele wood (an African mahogany) with a South American rosewood veneer on the door frame. In the door a snowflake pattern is in etched glass. Other etched designs available. Standard quartz movement, no chime, only.
*Other wood combinations are possible.
The Port Clyde Bracket Clock
The Port Clyde Bracket Clock is a shelf clock of my own design based on bracket clocks from the 1850's. This clock is made of walnut with wavy antique glass in the door, standing 18" tall by 12" wide by 6" deep. Below the clock face is a lined, hidden drawer with lacewood front and ebony pull.
*Battery-powered chiming quartz movement.
The Saint George Banjo Clock
This is a banjo style clock of my own design using some of the elements found in a Howard Centennial Edition Banjo. Made of solid walnut with a crotch walnut veneer in the throat and tablet.
*40 1/2 inches tall, including finial and bracket.
The Double 0 is made of solid walnut with walnut veneer over the head and tablet. It has a hand-painted dial and reverse-painted glass in the throat and tablet. I used wavy antique glass to give the clock a period look. The unique design combines the look of a traditional banjo with the round lower tablet of a Girandole, minus all the brass balls and gold leaf. The name of this clock came to me after seeing a James Bond movie.
* 36 inches tall * New eight-day weight-driven banjo movement made by Ashley Lindow of Lake Ariel, Pennsylvania.
The Crawford Banjo Clock
The Crawford is a banjo clock that has a beautiful old movement in a new case. The original case was in pieces. I made a new case using mahogany with maple and bubinga cross banding. It includes all the parts salvageable from the original clock, including the bezel and glass, hinges and latches. The clock has a custom-painted dial and reverse painted glass done by an artist in Pennsylvania.
*34" x 10" x 4" *Antique eight-day, weight-driven movement attributed to William Cummens (1768-1864)