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Roman Cathedral Scroll Saw Clock Plan

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The Roman Cathedral Scroll Saw Clock pattern is a new challenge for the experienced sawyer. Building this remarkable Roman Cathedral Clock is a great way to test your scrolling abilities and enhance your scroll sawing skills. The Roman Cathedral Clock is a stately European-style clock with many interior cuts.

With our Scroll Saw Clock Plan, you can bring this intricate and visually appealing church to life. This scroll saw project is not only enjoyable to work on, but is extremely rewarding and satisfying once you finish! 

The Roman Cathedral Scroll Saw Clock Plan is a full-size scroll saw pattern that comes on three sheets of 24" x 36" paper.

This Roman Cathedral scroll saw plan project provides you with traceable patterns for the entire clock. The instructions are easy-to-follow. Material thicknesses are provided.

It requires you to use 3/4" and 1/4" material of your choice, we used cherry. With the help of this Roman Cathedral scroll saw clock plan you will be able to make this magnificent scroll saw clock with ease!

When you have finished making your Roman Cathedral Clock it should measure 36 1/2" high x 19 1/2" wide x 8 1/2" deep. 

Roman Cathedral Clock Components and Materials Needed

  • The scroll saw clock plan calls for a 5 1/8" clock dial. 
  • You can choose to use a compact quartz pendulum movement that has a max dial thickness of 7/8" with a threaded shaft length of 15/16".
  • You can also choose to use a 4-quarter chime pendulum movement with a max dial thickness of 5/8" with a threaded shaft length of 11/16" 
  • Use a pair of brass hands that measure 2 1/16".
  • 2 pairs of 5/8" x 1/2" hinges. 
  • 2 brass teardrop knobs that measure 3/16" diameter x 5/16" high.
  • 1/4" hardwood or plywood (pictured as Cherry).
  • 3/4" Plywood for the base.

This scroll saw pattern is full size. You will receive the scroll saw project plan printed on 24" x 36" sheets of paper. We recommend that you make a copy of the scroll saw pattern to scroll saw and use the original for reference.

The Roman Cathedral Scroll Saw Clock is a beautiful piece that measures up to the likes of the Dome Clock, Chimes of Normandy, York Minster Cathedral and other famous scroll saw clocks. If you are looking for a scroll saw project on a smaller scale you might want to try the Cottage Clock.

Take your scroll sawing skills to new levels! Add our Roman Cathedral Scroll Saw Clock Plan to your cart today!


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Warranty Information

Due to their nature, patterns on non-refundable. No technical support is included with the purchase of this item. The buyer acknowledges that they have basic woodworking skills or plan to consult other resources, like woodworking classes, books and videos.
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5 Reviews

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    Posted by Stephen Arthur on Jul 01, 2022

    As others have noted, the plans are nice, but some assembly instructions would have helped. For instance, when needing angle cuts, rarely do they give the cut degree angle. There is also no overall assembly drawing showing how all the parts go together. I did try something different. I scanned the tower side plan and imported it into my laser cutter. Worked well to have the laser cut repeated identical patterns instead of manually doing each. Overall, a nice construct, but have plenty of space to display.

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    floor plan

    Posted by Douglas Joseph Gurtzweiler on Apr 30, 2021

    would have been better if plans were put on a pdf. hard to get base and second floor measurements . going to press thru

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    Roman cathedral

    Posted by mav evans on Jan 21, 2021

    The plans are brilliant highly detailed worth buying

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    roman cathedral scroll clock plan

    Posted by Douglas Joseph Gurtzweiler on Jan 06, 2021

    detailed plan not for the faint in heart looks like a challenge but excited to undertake. only recommendations possibly give the option to download to a pdf file so there is no shipping coast involved

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    Roman clock

    Posted by Dennis Loiselle on Sep 07, 2020

    Plans could have been put on more sheets and better directions

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