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On a road trip up the north coast we

2019-03-11 00:45:07.250344+00 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

On a road trip up the north coast we saw a beautiful, but pricey, clock on a piece of redwood burl. I thought "well,I've got some pretty chunks of wood". This one's a bit of olive.

The inlay pips are something that... I got a hunk of wood off freecycle that someone said was a walnut mantle. It had an alignment strip pin nailed on to it. I cut a piece of that and turned it into a dowel on the mill. It's redder than I'd expect walnut to be, so I don't know what it is, but I'm guessing it'll age darker, 'cause the outside of the wood was more like walnut

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