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Clocks

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This is a scratchbuilt replica of the famous Fromanteel clock of 1658 which was the first pendulum clock to be made in England. The case is made from American black walnut. It took 9 months to make.
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This is a scratchbuilt replica of a typical English bracket clock of about 1740 including a striking mechanism utilising two fusees. The case is made of Brazilian imbuya wood. It took 10 months to make.
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A scratchbuilt version of the English Regulator made by clockmakers in the 19th and 20th centuries to provide very accurate timekeeping. It took 10 months to build.
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A self designed mechanism for a precision seconds beating regulator in a modern self designed case made from tulipwood and aluminium.
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A complex month going movement with seconds hand in a solid ebony and maple case. The mechanism and case were both scratcbuilt to my own designs.
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A cherry wood mantel clock with ebony inlays, it strikes the hours and chimes the quarters with a Westminster chime. The case and face are self-designed using Photoshop.
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A traditional Dachlur style Vienna wall clock made of cherry wood, it strikes the hour and the half hour. The case, hands and face are self-designed using Photoshop.
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A small American black walnut mantel clock with maple inlays of the same self design as the earlier mantel clock, with the escapement visible through the dial plate. The case, hands and face are self-designed using Photoshop.
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A small cherry and ebony mantel clock of the same design as the earlier mantel clocks, with the escapement visible through the dial plate. The case, hands and face are self-designed using Photoshop.
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This is a replica of Sir William Congreve's clock, c1808, in the British Museum. Work still in progress.

Ships

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A frigate of 1794. Built to the ship's plans from the National Maritime Museum. The model is to 1/64 scale making her 4.5ft long. Every plank has been laid separately, there are 2,500 copper plates and all the rope is home made. She took 2 years to build.
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WW1 and WW2 battleship depicted as in 1943 - made from the actual ship's plans held in the Nat, Maritime Museum. The scale is 1/128 and she is 6ft long. Every porthole is glazed and each deck plank is separately laid with caulking. 2 years to build.
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She was made in pearwood from the 200 year old ship's plans from the Nat. Maritime Museum to a scale of 1/64. She is 5ft long, has 3000 copper plates, home made rope and 12,500 treenails (wood nails), each plank was separately laid with caulking.
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1:128 scale model of USS olympia, Admiral Dewey's flagship at the time of the battle of Manila Bay during the Spanish American war of 1898. The hull has been carved from a solid block of basswood (lime).
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Victorian Battleship built in 1889. Model to scale 1:110, so 3ft long. Built to plans from the Nat. Maririme Museum. Hull carved from solid limewood, the portholes are glazed and the decks have individual planks, the ships boats have wooden floorboards.
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The battleship USS Arizona, launched in 1910, sunk at Pearl Harbour in 1941 with the loss of 1170 lives. A 1:200 scale model complete with glazed portholes, wooden decks and floor boards in the ship's boats.
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A 1/200 scale model of this famous German battleship as she appeared in 1941 soon after her launch. Each porthole and window has been glazed, the decks are wooden and the ships boats widows are also glazed and they have wooden floorboards.
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A 1/200 scale model of this famous American battleship which was where the surrender of Japan was signed in WW2. She, and her 3 sisters, iare the largest battleships ever built; and the Missouri is today a floating museum in Pearl Harbour, Hawaii.

Cars

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Mercedes Benz 540K Rumble Seat of 1936 vintage. Eight cylinder engine of 5.4 litres. In this model the steering, brakes and suspension work as designed and the windows wind up and down. She is nearly 2 feet long.
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Model in scale 1:8 of Rolls Royce Cabriolet, so it is about 2ft long. The engine has a working crankshaft and pistons.; the brakes work, door and window winders all work as does the steering and suspension.
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The BUGATTI Type 50 Touring was a sedan designed by the now famous Ettore Bugatti. This 1:8 scale model has a rotating engine and gearbox, working suspension and steering; the brakes, widow winders, and door catches all work.
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A 1:8 scale model of this famous racing car. The engine has a crankshaft, pistons, cylinder liners and rotates; the steering, suspension and brakes work correctly. The dashboard is veneered in walnut.
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Model in scale 1:8 of Rolls Royce Cabriolet, so it is about 2ft long. The engine has a working crankshaft and pistons; the brakes work, door and window winders all work as does the steering and suspension.
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1/8 scale model of the Fiat F2 in the 1907 French Grand Prix. The steering sand suspension function as they should.
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A 1/8 scale model of this amazing car circa 2011. Construction in progress.

Bhuddist Temple

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Rurikoji is a Buddhist temple in Yamaguchi City, best known for its beautiful five-storied pagoda. Built in 1442, the pagoda is justifiably ranked among Japan's three most beautiful. This is a 1/75 scale model.