Shaker Wall Clock - unassembled and unfinished kit
PRODUCT CLOSEOUT and CLEARANCE!
"The clock is an emblem of a Shaker community because everything goes on time," wrote a Shaker elder in 1887. This elegant example, the work of Brother Isaac N. Youngs of New Lebanon, New York, was designed for use either on a wall or on a shelf. It is now in the collection of the Groton, Massachusetts Historical Society.
We make the case from clear cherry, with a pine back. With painted wooden dial, accurately reproduced hands, quartz-regulated pendulum movement, and round glass. This Shaker Wall Clock measures 13 1/2" wide x 4" deep x 20 1/4" high. Shown in an oil and wax finish.
This item is an unassembled and unfinished kit. All physical components to make this as a project are included along with instructions, however, you will be required to provide the necessary sandpaper, glue, and finish--as well as be reasonably comfortable with your own skills to obtain a satisfactory result.
Please note that although this item is a closeout and clearance of recently discovered old inventory, we currently have a healthy backlog of work, meaning that our regular lead times (leaning hard on the longer side) will still apply.