Chippendale grandfather clock



  This is a very peculiar miniature grandfather clock ornamented in Chippendale style. Mounting is straightforward so this project is adequate for anyone. The pattern is based in an old English design from the beginning of the XX century that I have entirely reconstructed in the computer.

  The pattern has been designed to use 3/16 inches wood or 5 or 6 mm wood. By scaling the pattern appropriately any other wood widths can also be used. These are the measures of the clock depending on the wood thickness you use:

  Height Width Depth
1/4 in. wood 31 in. 9,2 in. 6,4 in.
3/16 in. wood 23,3 in. 6,9 in. 4,8 in.
5 mm. wood 62 cm. 18,3 cm. 12,8 cm.
6 mm. wood 74,4 cm. 22 cm. 15,4 cm.

  Please note that this pattern is registered and copyrighted. If you would like to have it I offer it for 8 € plus shipping. The pattern is computer made, which provides total precision, and nicely printed for convenient scrolling. Click here to buy this pattern. Write me to info@finescrollsaw.com for any questions.

This picture has kindly been sent by Valeriy Elizarov from Vilyuchinsk, Russia. Made with hardwood oak and dyed.


This picture has been sent by Jose Luis Tellez Aguilar from Celaya, Guanajuato, México.

 This picture is courtesy of Ester and Isaac Arditi from Israel.

This picture has been sent by Santiago Fernandez from Barcelona, Spain.

  This picture is courtesy of Francisco Gomez Jimenez from Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

These pictures have kindly been sent by Domenico Mimmo Rafa from Italy.

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