How to Make a Gear Mold ClockJanuary 31st, 2010 in blog, projects
I've been collecting gear molds for, hmmm...as long as I can remember. I've made them into room dividers, tables, and lazy susans, but never a clock. So I thought to myself, why not? Actually, if the truth be known I had a weekend guest who noticed that I owned and displayed many vintage clocks...none of which worked. Details, details! Any hoo, I promised I would create one that did! Most table or desk clocks are only attractive from the front making postioning in your home a little tricky because you have to hide the backside from the naked eye. With something as beutiful as a gear mold please feel free to unfasten your seatbelt and move freely about your cabin and place the clock any where your little heart desires. A gear mold is interesting from every angle and this type of clock installation messes with only one side, leaving the others untouched. Tick, tock...it's time to make a clock.
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