STEAMPUNK No.19 - Heavy-Weight Tahkli Style Support Spindle - Vintage Watch Dial & Parts - Free Shipping

  • $ 63.90


STEAMPUNK No.19 - HEAVY-WEIGHT Tahkli Style Support Spindle -- ONE OF A KIND --

Two Antique (1860's to 1900) White Porcelain ELGIN Pocket Watch Dials with antique to vintage (1860's to 1960's) mechanical watch gears, components, and ruby watch jewels are encapsulated in thick epoxy coating adorning a 1.5" antique brass plated alloy whorl along with gold tone or plated findings - all of this is mounted to a Metallic Candy Apple Red steel shaft - for a very unique support spindle that is well balanced, heavy and powerful enough spin to adequately spin up the gnarliest of long staple fibers, as well as cotton and other short staple fibers too!
The shaft is made from spring steel with a heat forged hook and is colored with a 2-coat hi-temperature powder-coat paint. Dial is coated with 2 extra thick layers of epoxy and all parts are mounted with industrial 2-part epoxy. These are great medium weight support spindles for spinning cotton, short staple fibers, and finer long staple fibers for a fast and long spin.
(IMAGE COLORING: 1st Pic indoor/dim lighting, Remaining Pics outdoor/overcast skies lighting)

WEIGHT/DIMENSIONS: 1.6 oz. (45g) - 1.5” dia x 7.75" (3.8cm x 19.7cm)

NO-HOOK OPTION: If you like to spin on support spindles without a hook, I will remove the at no charge. - Removes 1/2" of total length

- FREE SHIPPING - US ONLY:  Applies to All US States and Select US Territories and ships via USPS 1st Class Mail. Upgraded/expedited shipping options available at check-out.

- In-stock orders typically ship in 1 business day. Out-of-stock/custom orders typically ship within 10 business days. Please allow 2 to 5 days for transit time (ships from Tucson, AZ).

- CANADA SHIPPING:  
0.1 to 0.5 lbs. = $6.00,    0.6 to 2.0 lbs = $10.00,    2.1 to 3.0 lbs. = $15.00 (US Dollars) 

- INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING:  
0.1 to 0.5 lbs. = $9.00,    0.6 to 2.0 lbs = $16.00,    2.1 to 3.0 lbs. = $25.00 (US Dollars) 

Hand crafted in Tucson, AZ, by John Galen Gudenkauf (owner/artist) with US and Global Materials.