“Making an Eight Day Longcase Clock” by Alan Timmins

£25.00

“Making an Eight Day Longcase Clock” by Alan Timmins in excellent condition. Alan Timmins’ book is a comprehensive guide to the intricate art of crafting eight-day longcase clocks. This work explores every facet of clockmaking, from material selection and design to woodworking and mechanical movements. It showcases the fusion of craftsmanship and artistry required to…

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“Making an Eight Day Longcase Clock” by Alan Timmins in excellent condition.

Alan Timmins’ book is a comprehensive guide to the intricate art of crafting eight-day longcase clocks. This work explores every facet of clockmaking, from material selection and design to woodworking and mechanical movements. It showcases the fusion of craftsmanship and artistry required to create these timekeeping masterpieces. The book not only imparts technical knowledge but also upholds traditional craftsmanship, ensuring the preservation of horological skills for generations to come. “Making an Eight Day Longcase Clock” celebrates the intricate dance of gears and mechanisms that bring time to life, offering readers an insightful journey into the world of timepiece creation.

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