Grandfather Clock 1:18

8.00

This set contains parts for one wonferful grandfather clock 1/18 (3 x 1.2 cm height 9.7)

In photo on the right you can see finished but untreated clock. On the left I have paited the clock with white ackrylic paint. In instructions you can see also traditional decorative painting.

Contains small parts – not for children under 3 years

You can also send a package as a welcomed surprise directly to your friend via the online store (Choose delivery at checkout to friend’s address).

Description

Instructions/ Building it up

kit for grandfather clock and one already finished.

Jiggle first the pieces loose and mount first without glue to observe where glue should be applied. To mount use universal glue. Squeeze the joints lightly.You can treat plywood sets as any wooden object: paint, vax, varnish… I usually use acrylic paints.

Manufacturing

We are happy to tell that we manufacture our products in Finland in our workshop. We have a selection of houses and furniture in the scales 1/12, 1/18 and 1/24 also 1/48 and 1/6.

Environment

Our machines roll on with green electricity. The workshop is located in Ecovillage in Kangasala, where we follow a number of nature-saving principles.

Philosophy

Most of our products are useful (utility artickles). Their graphics and text are made with heart. The purpose is to awaken small and big smiles and thoughts. Our idea is to offer accessories for those who want to enjoy the DIY, the journey to the conclusion and influence the result. We do not sell finished goods but things to do and the joy of crafting.

– Save your head, save your day – Use your imagination and hands!

Availability

Online shop is always open. From the workshop (Muurahaispolku 1, 36200 Kangasala) you can also get the products but first contact Anu: 050 376 5848 or gepetto@gepetto.fi. Resellers you can see on our website. A good idea is to ask in advance, not everyone has the full selection. In addition, I visit several dollhouse fairs and various handicraft fairs around Finland and also the Sy-Craft festival in Älvsjö, stockholm.