Childwold Craftsman Clock

14 Jan

craftsman clock$275




A recent addition to the New Mission Workshop is “Childwold”, a small mantle clock.

Childwold is a very small Adirondack town, that is accessed by some curvy roads, hence the name of this piece.

Featuring curved sides with recessed “panels”, this piece catches the eye right away. A gentle front arch, and a mission clock face harkens back to Mission or Craftsman styles, with a lighter flare. This would be a fine choice as a desk or shelf clock for the occasion of a retirement or anniversary.

There will be more pieces in different woods and clock faces forthcoming soon; if you have a particular wood you’d like to see this piece in, by all means, advise me of your idea!

Made of solid Maple, Cherry and Birdseye maple.

Dimensions: 7″ tall, by 8″ wide by 5″ deep. Movement powered by one AA battery.

No shipping charge!

“Mr. Ashley’s clocks are literal works of art! The materials are of the highest grade and the workmanship is outstanding. Not only are the products of top quality, but the service provided by Mr. Ashley is unmatched. He truly cares about quality; both in material and service.” – Charles, Minneapolis, MN.

“There are not enough superlatives to describe how beautiful and wonderfully made this clock is and what a delight the artist is. And Patrick made this just for me! Such care and craftsmanship – it is truly a work of art. All materials are exceptional and the whole is a treasure for generations. I adore it and will be a repeat customer. Enjoyed the whole process. Thanks, Patrick!” – Karen in Georgia

craftsman clock

mission clock

Dimensions: 7″ tall, by 8″ wide by 5″ deep. Movement powered by one AA battery.

Finish: Clear shellac with three coats of Briwax.

Price: $175

Warranty: Movement is guaranteed for 2 years.

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Posted by on January 14, 2012 in Craftsman Clocks


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