This glass floor lamp was bought from a Tiffany store in Minnesota for $1000 in 2009 but lacks all the Tiffany characteristics and bears a made in china label. It has 4 separate lighted glass columns made of brownish gold coloured glass. The base is wooden. On top of the columns rests 2 little angels carved in wood playing musical instruments. The globe is a half sphere open at the top with swirling gold and brown coloration. Home movers broke two of the columns. Insurance will cover the cost of replacement. So I’m trying to determine the value.
Tiffany store, Mall of America in Minnesota
Thank you for submitting your item for appraisal. This appears to be a 21st century glass and cast resin floor lamp, made in China according to western taste. The base and the cherubs / putti / angels and the ionic capital are made from cast resin, patinated. This is a very inexpensive mass produced lamp made from home decor. The price you paid was a bit off the chart. I would advise to go back to the shop and ask for the price of a counterpart. If put up for auction a similar or identical lamp in like new condition would sell around the low estimate, the high estimate is the price you paid.