I currently have clocks in two themes: Craftsman and Contemporary.
The Craftsman theme borrows design details from the Arts & Crafts movement. These clocks feature flat tops with breadboard ends, wedged through-tenons on the sides, raised pegs, and a 3 1/2" or 4" faces. I make the clocks in birdseye maple, oak, birch, walnut, and occasionally something exotic. The decorative features include green and brown Rainforest Marble from India, Honed Walnut Travertine from Turkey, and locally gown bamboo. I use several variations in the face inserts and lower pendulum panels.
I make the Contemporary theme clocks in various configurations with either 3 1/2" or 4" faces. Some have solid tops with coved edges, others have flat tops with breadboard ends. I use various materials for the inserts around the face, green and brown Rainforest Marble from India, Honed Walnut Travertine from Turkey, and locally gown bamboo. I use several designs for the lower pendulum panels.
Dimensions: The Craftsman clocks are approximately 15"h x 11"w x 5"d
The Contemporary clocks are about 15"h x 12"w x 6"d