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Time-honored Bracket Clock Woodworking Plan

We used walnut for our clock, but we invite you to select your favorite species for this timely showpiece.

Create this contemporary version of a centuries-old, English-inspired timepiece. The case assembles with straightforward rabbet joinery, and full-size patterns make shaping the peaked pediment a snap.

Steps in this plan include:

1. Start with the case

2. Head for the top

3. Now make the base

4. Time to finish up

Get the plan

Purchase the Time-honored Bracket Clock Woodworking Plan, including step-by-step instructions, detailed illustrations, and a complete materials list.


Comments (1)
tomshuman wrote:

I made three of these. one for each of my girls. I used Elm wood from a tree we took down locally and saw milled at my cousins. It is a great project. I put a certificate inside each of them explaining there origin and who it was made for, they loved it. I took-up wood working four years ago and learned most of what I know from Wood Magazine. Thank you for your help.

10/17/2011 11:28:31 PM Report Abuse

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