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    Posted 10 years ago

    RaggedyAnn
    (7 items)

    I have this mantle clock that I bought at a thrift store

    the front is stained glass it is all wood and in very good condtion.

    on the lower right hand corner it has a signature that is engraved onto

    the glass: U Bordine 1981

    pls. tell me anything that anyone might know about this clock
    including its value.

    thanking you in advance

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    1. Donald V Buckner, 10 years ago
      Hi my name is Don and I've been working in stained glass for about twenty five years now. Your clock is very nice looking but I could'nt tell you who U Bordine might be, but here is a break down of it's worth. The clock frame would run about 40 to 50 dollars, the clock works about another 12 to 20 dollars and the glass and foil about 15 to 20 dollars. I have made a few of these over the years and still have one on my mantle. If you have a stained glass shop in your area you can have it looked at and see if it might need anything done to it, and if not then just enjoy it as a rather neet find from the thrift store. I hope that I have been of some small help to you.

      Donald .B

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