wood clocks

I made each of these wood clocks from wood that is either local to my area or reclaimed from other uses. The clock faces are removable to get at the battery. Unless otherwise noted all clocks use a button battery #377/376 or equivalent.

Click on an image below for a larger photo. If yoiu are interested in purchasing one of these clocks or would like to order one that is custom made, please contact me.

wood clocks on hand at the moment:

This clock is made from redwood burl. It is 7 3/8" long x 4"high x 2" wide. $67

This clock is made with hand cut inlay of several different kinds of wood. It is 9 1/2" long x 3" high x 1 1/2" wide. $62


This clock is made from redwood. It is 5 3/4" long x 3 1/2" high x 3" wide. Pen not included. $57

This clock is made from curly maple and jatoba. It is 4" wide x 3 1/2" high by 3/4" wide. $48

I make each clock individually. Sometimes I start with a piece of wood and design the clock around it, other times I start with a shape I like and choose the wood to suit. I have one or two shapes that I often use, but no two clocks are exactly alike. Feel free to contact me if you want more information about this or any other woodwork I have for sale.

To change the battery first remove the clock face from the wood. It is a friction fit and should pop out easily if you get a fingernail under the rim. Turn it over and you will see a small groove in the back where you can fit a screwdriver (the size used for eyeglasses). Pop off the back and you can access the battery. Clocks take button battery #377/376 or similar.

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