One of our favorite customers contacted us a few years ago, requesting that we build a wall clock for her to give as a wedding present. The customer and the happy couple are both fond of Celtic designs, so Roy took on the challenge of making a clock with a Celtic knot flowing around the frame. Celtic knots have no obvious beginning or end and have been used to symbolize eternity or the infinite. Seems appropriate for what we hope is a long and happy marriage.
Roy was so pleased with how it turned out, he wrote an article about it for the now defunct Carving magazine and decided to make another one.
This clock is a reproduction of the original, now available for sale. The clock is sixteen inches across and made of basswood. It's finished with shellac. It has a styrene dial for the face and a glass bezel. The movement is a standard quartz movement, long-lived and accurate. The movement requires a AA battery (not included).