"Woodworkers Journal "Irish parlor clock
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New so not sure where to post.
Building clock from Dec. 1988 issue.
Can someone recommend a  mechanical, pendulum movement, Dial, Bezel.
Can't find a source with enough info. to know what I am buying.
Thanks, Jim.
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  Re: "Woodworkers Journal "Irish parlor clock by Jim1934 (New so not sure wher...)
Welcome to Woodnet.

This seems as good a place as any for your question.

I will be interested in hearing the answers myself.
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(01-12-2021, 11:21 PM)Jim1934 Wrote: New so not sure where to post.
Building clock from Dec. 1988 issue.
Can someone recommend a  mechanical, pendulum movement, Dial, Bezel.
Can't find a source with enough info. to know what I am buying.
Thanks, Jim.

You could try Merritt’s, I purchased the movement etc for Grandfather clock from them 15 years ago. Good selection, reliable people. If your near enough interesting place to visit.
https://www.merritts.com/merritts/public/default.aspx
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  Re: "Woodworkers Journal "Irish parlor clock by Jim1934 (New so not sure wher...)
I would try talking to the people at Timesavers I think they could set you up with a similar. send them the picture.
here's a dial and bezel close to what you need  https://timesavers.com/i-24052086-7-7-8-...embly.html
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I've had good luck in the past with

https://www.klockit.com/
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I've not used them, but there is a big company here in town that might have what you need.  https://www.klockit.com/
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