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Williamsburg Wall Clock Scroll Saw Plan

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0.25 LBS


The Williamsburg Wall Clock Plan is a marvelous design that is uniquely different. This scroll saw pattern provides you with traceable patterns for the entire clock, easy-to-follow instructions, and tells you what materials to use. This scroll saw plan will require you to use 3/4" and 1/4" material of your choice, we used cherry.  If you're a woodworker and want a challenge then try this amazing plan!

Williamsburg Wall Clock Scroll Saw Plan Suggested Parts:

  • Compact Quartz Pendulum Movement with 7/8" Max Dial Thickness and 15/16" Threaded Shaft Length.
  • 4" Fancy Arabic Or Fancy Roman Non-Hinged Bezel.
  • 1 3/8" hands in Black or Brass
  • 2 1/8" Bob.

Williamsburg Wall Clock Plan Wood Requirements:

  • 1- 1/4 inch thick 8 11/16 inch x 25 5/8 inch long
  • 3- 1/4 inch thick 6-inch x 24 inches long
  • 1- 1/4 inch thick 9-inch x 24 inches long
  • 1- 1/8 inch thick 6-inch x 24in long
  • 1- a piece of 1/8in thick 6 1/1 inch x 6 1/16 inch
  • 1- a piece of 3/8in thick 3in x 3in

Dimensions: 26 inches high x 9 inches wide x 4 inches deep.

This scroll saw pattern is full size.  You will receive the plan printed on paper.  We recommend that you make a copy to scroll saw out and use the original for reference.


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2 Reviews

  • 5
    Very nice piece

    Posted by Corum Silvermane on Jan 04, 2022

    I very much like this one. No assembly tabs which I usually omit anyway. I dont like slotted slide-together-to-fit pieces, so I usually alter the plan to make those separate pieces. This allows for a more seamless fit and less sanding to get those joints perfect. I have yet to find a movement that allows such a long pendulum to swing in such a skinny chassis though. My pendulum is modified down to 1 inch wide and still clacks off the sides until it finally stops.

  • 5
    So Beautiful In Walnut

    Posted by Zak on Jun 05, 2021

    I used Roman clock face and Walnut wood. My wife was giggling with excitement for me to finish this clock. She says it’s the most gorgeous thing she’s seen in awhile.

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