I have a Tiffany clock two Atlas men holding up the world which is also a clock. It is a miniature of the adornment over the front door of Tiffany's in NYC. Can you supply me with an appraisal?
Hi,My name is XXXXX XXXXX it will be my pleasure to help you with this question.The clock over Tiffany's doorway has just one Atlas. Can you upload a picture of your clock, please? If you need help doing that, I can help.
Hi Jonathan,I've received pictures of six clocks from you, but none of them consists of two men holding up the world. Want to try again?
Judith I sent the Atlas clock picture again, let me know that you received it. Jonathan
Will do, Jonathan!
Hi Jonathan,Your picture has arrived. What a gorgeous clock!Is there any manufacturer's information on it?I will be gone for the weekend in a few moments. Will be back at work on Monday. Have a great weekend!
Yes Judith it is marked Tiffany. Jonathan
Good morning, Jonathan!Your clock is beautiful, but it doesn't resemble the one outside the Tiffany & Co store.Here's a picture of that one:If the clock says, "Tiffany & Co", the manufacturer is unknown, since the store doesn't actually make the clocks. If it says "Tiffany Studios" or "LCT", then it was made by Louis Comfort Tiffany in the early 20th century. The two men are bronze and the base and clock face are marble. If the clock is in perfect working and cosmetic condition, its current retail (replacement or insurance) value is approximately $18,000. If you were to sell it, you could expect to get the fair market (private sale or auction) value of approximately 40% of the retail amount.I hope this answer has been helpful to you, Jonathan. Thanks for using Just Answer!
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