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East of Appalachia Clock (Patina)

East of Appalachia Clock (Patina)

Sabbath-Day Woods

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The East of Appalachia Clock is an original design by woodworker Desmond Suarez. Inspired by the American Crafts Movement, Scandinavian design, and Japanese carpentry. Crafted out of Certified Sustainable Appalachian wild cherry and walnut woods, and finished with a hand-rubbed oil finish. Great as a collectable or thoughtful gift.

  • Handmade by Desmond Suarez near Asheville, North Carolina
  • Sustainably-sourced wild cherry wood and walnut wood finished with natural lemon beesoil
  • Copper face with green patina
  • 9 × 7½ × 2½ inches (22.8 × 19 × 6.3 cm)
  • Quality clock movement made in USA
  • Runs on one AA battery
  • Product type: Clock
  • Shipping Dimensions: 9.0 × 8.0 × 3.0 inches  (22.9 × 20.3 × 7.6 cm)
  • Shipping Weight: 2.15 lb (34.4 oz; 975 g)
  • SKU010009378

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  • Handmade with LoveHandmade With Love
  • Made in USA
  • Eco-FriendlyEco Friendly
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About the Craftsman

Sabbath-Day Woods

Sabbath-Day Woods is a surprisingly small, family-owned woodworking business located in Asheville, North Carolina.

Desmond Suarez, designer and owner of Sabbath-Day Woods, is a second-generation woodworker who grew up creating sawdust with his father, a furniture maker. After spending over 35 years as a professional furniture designer and maker, Desmond transitioned his business, Sabbath-Day Woods, into fine functional home artwork.

Devin Suarez, Desmond’s youngest son was a very important part of helping grow and improve Sabbath-Day Woods. He is now off to other adventures in life.

Desmond Suarez II Desmond’s oldest son, is a high school teacher full time, but helps out on the IT side of Sabbath-Day Woods, keeping the website and other apps and software running smoothly.

We live and work in the beautiful Appalachian Mountains just west of Asheville, North Carolina, and we source our materials, right down to the clock works, in the United States.

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