AC9 PWW - Stickley Mantle Clock Face

Featured in the December 2008 issue of Popular Woodworking Magazine, this clock is an authentic reproduction of a Gustav Stickley clock.
What a great small project to use for
your first try at fuming!


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Google Sketchup of the clock featured in the December 2008 issue of Popular Woodworking Magazine

Project built by senior editor Glen D. Huey, SketchUp model by senior editor Robert W. Lang. More information and back issues available at the magazine website.

Sketchup is a great tool for planning your custom projects.

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Go to the sketch

The Original Gustav Stickley Shelf Clocks

These small mantel clocks were made by one of the leaders of the Arts and Crafts movement of furniture making, Gustav Stickley. These original clocks were made between 1910 and 1915. Constructed of quarter-sawn oak, with it's fiery grain pattern throughout the case design. In addition to that, it has these really bold tenons on the side here that come right through, and also this wonderful dovetail detail on the top. A real cabinetmaker's dream to see work like that. When we turn it around, it has the classic, simple lines-- rectangular shape up on really bold feet, a very nice knob that sort of slides instead of actually twists, and these leaded glass windows.
Condensed from PBS Roadshow, appraisal by John Delaney:


December 2008 Stickley Mantle Clock

Stickley Mantle Clock

December 2008 issue of Popular Woodworking Magazine


Artisans Custom Art Glass as used in this project may be purchased by contacting:

Artisans Custom Art Glass
7218 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, OH 45236
(513) 791-8684