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Desk Clocks - 04/22/2012
I had a few pieces of showy wood I didn't know quite what to do with, and decided on these: I think they turned out rather well, and now I'm plotting how to do more. The top photo is Big Leaf Maple Burl, about 6-1/2" tall and 7" wide. The bottom one is some kind of unknown Pine, with a brilliant red, flame-grained surface when oiled. It is 10" tall...

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I had a few pieces of showy wood I didn't know quite what to do with, and decided on these: I think they turned out rather well, and now I'm plotting how to do more. The top photo is Big Leaf Maple Burl, about 8" tall and 11-1/2" wide. The bottom one is some kind of unknown Pine, with a brilliant red, flame-grained surface when oiled. It is 10" tall and 4-1/2" wide at the base.  Each has a clock face of 1-3/8", large enough to read close by on a desk top, and small enough to show off these flashy woods. The tall pine clock is available at my Etsy website:  BarbS Woodworks The maple burl clock is on Desk Accessories on my main website.

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