Esperluette wooden clock
I could call it ” es-pèr-lou-et ” to remind my origins of Southwest of France. It is designed to be able to exclaim for 27 to 30 hours, beating the second. Then we have to give a new energy to their “semicolon” by winding up the weight.
I like his stocky air, confident. It will be made without dial.
The addition of a quartz movement is also a possible option.
The woods of this model are the Malaysian Campas for the frame, boxwood and cherry to pine nuts, aircraft quality birch plywood for gears, brass for the axes, TEFLON for bearings, lead to weights and finally walnut for hands. The frame is matt varnish but its color is natural.