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    My name is Alan Calvert and I am a retired Design and Technology teacher with a love of the works of Charles Rennie Mackintosh I have designed a series of clocks and other small items based on my knowledge of the works of Mackintosh Art Nouveau Art Deco and the Arts and Crafts movements are other influences on my work See Links for more information I hope you enjoy looking

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  • Handmade Clocks
    the clocks have been handmade with great attention to detail See Construction techniques The woods I use to make the main body of the clocks include Ash Teak Walnut and Oak Other materials used for the design details include cast pewter Walnut and Rosewood dots The square white clock faces are either engraved from laminate or giclée prints and the round insertions clocks are white or gold with Arabic or

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  • homemade boxes and mirrors
    aol com Last updated 28 02 2016 Boxes Mirrors These boxes are made from hardwoods such as Teak Ash and Oak A cast pewter motif can be incorporated into the lid which can be either hinged or a lift off Only two left Mirrors can be made to any size using hardwoods such as Mahogany Oak Ash and Walnut They have mortice and tenon joints and the mirror glass is

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  • Alan Calvert Craftsman
    Contact For more details about the clocks or to place an order you can Phone me on 01229 820954 E mail me on acalvert184 aol com If you would like me to contact you when I update my designs or

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    02 2016 LATEST DESIGNS Mackintosh style Lattice clock with glazed and painted watercolour and pencil face Made in oak Dimensions 470 x 250 mm Price 130 00 Close up of face This Art Deco style wall clock has black vinyl

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  • About me
    ever since Through study and reading and visiting the sites in Glasgow and exhibitions of his work my appreciation of his genius has grown to the point where I feel I can express myself through small pieces for others to enjoy I feel this allows me to keep my skills fresh as each clock design provides new challenges Mackintosh s place in the history of design has lead me to

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  • Links
    mac house machouse index shtml For a virtual tour of the Mackintosh House at the Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery www houseforanartlover co uk take the tour A look around Mackintosh s famous House for an Art Lover in Glasgow www designmuseum org designinbritain charles rennie mackintosh For a detailed history of his life Information about the Arts and Craft movement and some houses in that style en wikipedia org

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  • Hand Crafted Clocks
    acalvert184 aol com Last updated 28 02 2016 Construction Techniques For those of you who are interested I have combined several techniques to make the clocks and other items including Handmade traditional joints such as dovetails dowels and butt joints and mitre joints in hardwoods The clocks are hand finished with Danish oil and wax The clock mechanisms are all bought in The clocks with pewter squares were made using

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