Build a clever desktop calendar that never needs to be replaced.
Detailed, full color instructions guide the builder through each step of construction. The kit is laser cut from cabinet grade hardwoods and plywood, and is beautifully detailed. This entire kit has been designed for simple assembly, with interlocking pre-labeled parts. The finished calendar measures 15.2cm(6") x 10.4cm(4") x 10.4cm(4").
This is the gift that encourages its owner to mark each passing day with the tactile sensation of warm, smooth natural wood.
The calendar most of us use on a day to day basis is referred to as the Gregorian calendar, named after Pope Gregory XIII. it was actually a German mathematician and astronomer named Christopher Clavius that determined its final form. He built on the work that another astronomer, Aloysius Lilius had done to imporve the accuracy of the earlier Julian calendar. It has been the defacto standard since 1582!