On this page I will
post photos of Spear Point Diamond Clock Kits as
made up by customers.
If you'd like to send me photos of your clock, I'll post them
here. You can e-mail me from my home page.
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Ray Ames, of Kenmore, WA, says:
kit went together without any problems. Looks
great. However, I rarely leave well enough alone, and I wanted to
be able to place the clock on a flat surface such as a table or
mantlepiece. I made a base for it out of some purpleheart. The clock can be removed from the base and hung up using your mounting holes if
thought it could
use more warm color, and as I am somewhat
into woodworking, this
is the result. The wood is mesquite about 1/8" thick, except for the front
washer, which is about 30 thou thick veneer. I trimmed the 3/4"
steel spacers to 1/2" to compensate for the wood and
everything went back together fine. I sandblasted
the dial face
for contrast. ..."