36 inches tall, 15.75 inches wide, 5.75 inches
deep, 32 lbs weight
finest reproduction of the most widely used station clock ever produced
by Seth Thomas. This stately timepiece was used by almost every railroad
in North America.
If you have looked
closely at a piece of fine antique furniture, you will find a unique grain
pattern generally not found in newer pieces. Thatís because fine furniture,
like the Regulator No. 2 used to be constructed with quarter sawn lumber,
an expensive but attractive method of cutting the wood to achieve dramatic
results. We have replicated that process and crafted our case using solid
quarter sawn white oak. We have even used solid oak in areas where Seth
Thomas used veneers, increasing the weight of the clock by over 20%. With
the finest joining methods and a hand rubbed finish, you will be awestruck
at the classic beauty of this clock.
It took years of
development to produce the German weight driven, eight day movement used
in this clock. Once a week you will take great pleasure in cranking the
weight up to the top of the case, providing another week's power for the
slow swaying of the pendulum. Bradley Woodworks is proud to have worked
on the design of this movement from the ground up, and to own the worldwide
exclusive rights to such a precision instrument. Crafted by Hermle in Germany,
makers of some of the worlds highest quality clock movements,we offer it
to you with confidence.