Proudly named for its designer, John Cooper—Klockit’s New Product
Development Manager, The Cooper Collection is our brand new line of
exclusive grandfather clock kits that can be customized!
Purchase everything separately—wood, grandfather clock movement, dial,
pendulum, weight shell set, and glass. You decide what to buy...and when!
The Cooper Collection blends solid hardwood construction with the most
innovative clock movement mounting system ever designed making each
clock movement incredibly easy to install and maintain.
Additional Features Only Found in the Cooper Collection Clocks:
• Clear grain, kiln dried North American Red Oak for all case parts
• Solid 3⁄4" thick Red Oak Rail & Stile Dial Panel Construction
• Case and Full Length Door made from 13⁄16" thick Red Oak Lumber
• Patent-Pending Movement Mounting System Works in Any Cooper
Collection Clock Case
• Special Placement of the Independent Sound Board for Enhanced
Chime Melody and Hour Strike Acoustics
• Cabinets Sized to run any Mechanical Movement for a full 7-8 Days
• Easy-to-Follow Written & Illustrated Instructions covering Clock Case
Assembly and Movement Setup, Calibration and Installation
Brookwood Grandfather Clock Woodworking Plan
Woodworking Plan contains dimensional specifications for all wood parts required for assembly. The plan package will also include detailed written assembly instructions supported by an illustrated assembly booklet. The plan will also include the patent pending movement mount system specifications as well as the specifications for a separate movement test stand.
Component Package contain all necessary fasteners and hardware required for assembly. The package will also include grill cloth, leg levelers, glass retainer, surface mount lock, escutcheon (key plate), key and antique brass hinges.
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Which movements are compatible with this cabinet?
Asked by: coachsal
Hi Coach Sal, the following mechanical clock movements can be used with this case:
Answered by: Klockit
Date published: 2016-07-09
I have 2 questions. I consider myself an avid woodworker. Is building this with the plans something you would consider achievable by a non-professional? Second, whats the main difference between the two glass packages?
Asked by: joesmack
Hi Joe, yes - this clock project is achievable by a non-professional woodworker! The most common tools needed to complete the project include a hammer, square, drill, clamps, screwdriver, tape measurer, router table, and table saw. This project will require hand crafting more than 80 individual pieces of your choice of wood.
The main difference between the two glass packages is obviously the price - which directly relates to the type of glass, beveled or plain panels. The beveled glass offers an elegant touch to the final piece.
If you have any further questions on this clock project, please feel free to contact us at 1-800-556-2548 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We're happy to help you at any stage of this project. Best of luck!
Answered by: Klockit
Date published: 2016-03-29
How can the inside return on the right and left base inside dimensions be 12 5/16 " and the dimension of the left and right gable is only 11 1/2" wide, making it approximately 15/16" to narrow for the base. What am I missing?
Asked by: Woodpecker
Hello, it sounds like you are not taking into account item #31 (base front fillet) that is 13/16” thick and placed across the front frame between the front frame and the base molding. This item is pictured on page 8 of the Illustrated assembly, and also shown on page 9 of the illustrated assembly. Please contact us at 1-800-556-2548 with any questions on this information.
Because we at Klockit understand that this is possibly a once in a lifetime purchase, the delivery of your Howard Miller grandfather clock
is completed with our Ultimate white glove delivery crew.
The delivery is completed by a 2 man service and placed in the room of your choice.
The unit is then unpacked, the carton packaging is removed, and any light assembly (up to 30 minutes) is completed.
Finally, you get the opportunity to inspect and sign off on the delivery before the delivery crew leaves your house to insure your satisfaction.