I don't sell patterns of this clock.
 
Treble Clef Clock
 
 
 
Here's a clock pattern that doesn't look good.  It looks great!  It was designed by Ed Eldridge and published in Scroll Saw Workshop (Which has had a name change to ScrollSaw Woodworking & Crafts).   
 
The scan that was made (instead of a photo) totally fails to do it justice.  It wouldn't even fit on the scanner.  This was scrolled before I had a digital camera.  It should have been photoed while hanging on the wall of course.

 

This clock was cut from Padauk, a beautiful red hardwood that grows both in Africa and SE Asia.  It is 20" tall.  I think it was elegant.

 

Because I had a couple of 1" watch inserts, I also reduced the pattern and cut clocks that would work for them.  They were 5-3/4" tall.  They seemed rather small to hang on a wall, so I designed a desk-top hanger.  They were kind of cute.

 
 
   
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