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Thank you. Spent about 35 hrs on it.
Kind of hard to get a decent photo of it as cherry washes out a little under a flash.
 

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beautiful clock. There is so much detail. It looks great.
 

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Wow, that's one lucky niece ! She ll cherish that ! Nice work my friend.
 

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Very Nice! did you do that with a scroll saw?
 

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Beautiful Clock the cherry look great nice finish ,loved the design too
 

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Great work and nothing like a hand made that adds a special meaning to the gift. As a scroller myself I can appreciate the effort that went into the clock.
 

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Thank you for the kind words. Yes it was all done on a scroll saw. 20" DeWalt 778. The only thing that wasn't done on the scroll saw is a cover for the works that is between the fron panel & back. it is 1 7/16" thick. A bit much for Cherry on the saw. I turned the outside diameter and drilled the inside, then spindle sanded the inside to the proper size.
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Great job!

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Lacquer, dries fast and can be sanded if need be. I use it on all my scrolled projects.
 
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