Monday, December 22, 2008

Royal Haeger

I was at an Estate sale and noticed a garage sale going on next door. I wandered over and saw one of these lamps perched on a table. I snapped it up and when I went to pay was told there was a matching lamp inside, was I interested. Oh yeah. I bought them because of there unusual design, and because they are completely original and in excellent shape.... and they were only $6 for the pair. I came home and googled "Royal Haeger," (the sticker was still on the lamp,) and found out that it is an art pottery company in IL. I all so found a pair of lamps online, from the same time as these, on sale for $680, and they aren't completely original.
So, how do I find out how much these are worth and where to sell them?

From Fabulous Since 1961


Mitzi said...

WOW! Those are amazing! eBay might be the best way to go, have you done a search on completed auctions to see if anything similar has sold lately?

Jenn said...

What's it worth to you .com. You can get an appraisal for around 10 dollars. They are great and have answered a lot of my questions about things. Good luck! (If that's the price you hit gold.)

Rhea said...

Very cool lamps!!

Thrifted Treasure said...

Hi, I love your Blog! So jealous of some of your finds! Have just added you to my Blog list if that's OK.

LiLi M. said...

Hi Tricia! Thanks for dropping by at my blog and confirming that 47 is a great age hehehe!

svelteSTUFF said...


I have no idea as to the values- Haeger is very subjective in the market, and prices are up-n-down! I don't spend BIG bucks on my pieces, or I would be all over these!
If you are shipping them somewhere, be CAREFUL of the original shades - they are a definite portion of the value!

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Good luck, and let us know how you make out!!!!!!!!!!!