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Clocks For Sale

The following one-of-a-kind creations are for sale and available for viewing in person at Vintage Eighteen West in Cuba.

Shipping is also available. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or would like more detailed photographs.

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My take on Schwinn Stingray bicycle, banana seat and all!

 

HOW I MADE IT:

Frame- 1960s farrier's stove. Tires- hose from kitchen sink sprayers wrapped around the stove burners. Chopper handlebars- base of a vintage sprinkler.
Handle-Handlebar grips- garden hose. Chain wheel- inside face of an antique fan. Pedal and crank- suitcase lock. High back sissy bar- muffler u-bolt. Banana seat- half of a strap barn door hinge. Bike basket- egg-yolk separator. Crank set- three different sized drink coasters. Second hand- a mini playing card (playing cards were wedged through bike spokes made an impressive amount of noise the faster you rode.)

SNAILED IT

HOW I MADE IT:

 

Body- a pulley from the early 1900s. Snail shell- multiple layers of clock parts. Numbers- an old marque. Snail head- a vintage vegetable chopper. Snail tentacles are in three pieces: pipe elbows, an old sewer snake, a metal bead. Snail's foot- the latch from the pulley. Second hand- a leaf. Coated the snail in 9 layers of polyurethane to give it a slimy appearance.

 
UNMEASURED LOVE

HOW I MADE IT:

 

Dog face- piece of an ox yoke. White "fur"- pieces of a metal tape measure. Light yellow "fur"- pieces of a fabric tape measure. Ears- two old de-toothed saw blades. Eyes- two gas can caps, two large washers, two thumb screws. Eyelashes- two halved springs. Eyebrows- two springs. Nose and mouth area- rusted muffler and cheese grater. Tongue- shoe horn. Clock numbers - pool balls from two novelty cheese spreaders.

 
 

CONTACT

Find my clocks at
Vintage Eighteen West
18 West Main Street
Cuba, NY

716-307-1410