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Glenns clock

Glenns clock

Approx. 200 man hours in the clock counting all the resawing, sanding, cutting, and assembling it.

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This piece is beyond spectacular. Words don't do it justice. I'd have that segregated from human space and encased in a museum display.

I wouldn't want to be responsible for dusting it either.:lol: Glad you're here and sharing your talents.

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Well, there is bit of a story behind it. I just love scroll sawing. I saw this pattern and thought it to be quite a challenge, which it was.

Had it on display here at the house for several months and had many great comments. One day my daughter came by  and asked me to make something special for a big fundraising project at their school where she was a cook. My wife and I talked it over and I donated it to the cause. It brought them some nice money.

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