A small tower clock movement
This particular clock was a joy to build it has a deadbeat escape with a one second pendulum. This clock makes an excellent example of a skeleton clock so one can view the gears and cams in the inner workings of a small tower clock. As a clock enthusiast, this particular clock took six months to construct and makes an excellent display in my home and has attracted a lot of attention and has been a great conversational piece. One could say that this clock is an example of metal art in motion. This tower clock movement was designed by an Englishman by the name of John Wilding; again I say this clock has been a pure pleasure to build.