Shaker Wall Clock In Figured Walnut

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This wall clock is based on a clock made around 1840 by Isaac N. Youngs, a furniture maker at the Shaker community in Mount Lebanon, New York. The original is now housed in the museum at the Hancock Shaker Village in Hancock, Massachusetts.

This interpretation is constructed entirely of highly figured walnut. With the exception of the backing board for the clock face, everything is solid wood. The hand rubbed oil finish brings the beautiful grain to the forefront and highlights the shimmer in the modulating grain pattern.

The movement is a reliable battery powered quartz movement and the face is held in with magnets so it can be easily removed for annual battery replacement. The face is photographic quality on heavy paper. Hinges are fully morticed solid machined brass by Brusso. The doors are held shut by small magnets. A shelf is provided so that small items may be stored inside.

This clock may be hung on a wall or it can sit on a table or mantle. Felt pads are provided separately should you decide not to hang the clock.

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Made in Constantine, MI

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