Worth Woodworks

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Clocks

These fine reproduction clocks are made in the tradition of the craftsmen of yesteryear, and they're built and finished even better than those your grandparents and great-grandparents may have owned.

Made from quality woods, they are jointed, fitted and assembled to last for generations. I use keywound brass movements from the Franz Hermle Company in Germany, knowing that these will give reliable service for many years. Inside and out, I know of no better materials for the construction of an heirloom clock.

Shaker Drawer Clock

We adapted this clock from a design by Issac N. Youngs of Lebanon, NY (see our reproduction of his clock below). His was a great one to hang on the wall. This one rests on a shelf or mantel, with the added benefit of a small drawer.

17½ inches high
13 inches wide
5 inches deep

Keywound movement with bell chimes. Choose from natural walnut, cherry or painted wood.

Arch Mantel Clock

An ideal clock for a mantel or shelf, featuring an arched door. The exposed arch area above the clock face was sometimes decorated with a pastoral scene, either custom-painted or mass-produced. We'll leave such customization to you, since I'm more a woodworker than a painter.

16 inches high
12 inches wide
5 inches deep

Keywound movement with bell chimes. Choose from natural walnut, cherry, oak or painted wood.

Shaker Wall Clock

Our Shaker wall clock is a reproduction of those made by Isaac N. Youngs of Lebanon, NY.

33 inches high
13 inches wide
 5 inches deep

Keywound movement with bell chimes. Choose from natural walnut, cherry or painted wood.

Coffin Clock

This clock features a solid wood door with a hole near the bottom exposing the pendulum. Its name refers to its shape, and these clocks were designed for work areas where a decorative clock would have been considered frivolous. The compact and simple proportions are a classic example of pure functional design.

27½ inches high
10 inches wide
5 inches deep

Keywound movement with bell chimes. Choose from natural walnut, cherry, oak or painted wood.

Swatches and such

Typical wood appearance (actual color and grain will vary)
Walnut Cherry Oak
typical walnut color and grain typical cherry color and grain typical oak color and grain
Standard colors (may vary slightly)
Barn Red Yankee Blue Windsor Chair Green Goldenrod Yellow
typical walnut color and grain typical cherry color and grain typical oak color and grain typical oak color and grain