A woman bought a Tiffany Studio’s Rose Helmet lamp in the 1960s for only $125. She loved the lamp and thought it was valuable, so she tried to protect it from her five rambunctious kids by hiding it away.
The lamp looked as beautiful as ever with the artistic touch of the renaissance period. Apparently, the woman who sold the lamp had told her buyer that it was not from Tiffany’s and Co. However, the buyer was well aware of what it was.
After she passed away, her daughters got their hands on this beautiful masterpiece. These women only found about the actual worth of this lamp when they went to The Antiques Roadshow in 1999. They had quite an emotional reaction when they found out that the lamp’s worth was between $80,000 to $125,000.
We are pretty sure the sisters got the best out of selling the lamp. As for its value today, the lamp must cost much more! Watch the full video of these sisters’ reactions below and please leave us a Facebook comment to let us know what you thought!
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