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Posted 6 years ago


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My grandfather purchased this lamp around 1965 for my grandmother. It is marked Fuggiti Studios. The furniture store he bought it from told him it was a one of a kind lamp that they broke the mold after they made it.

I have two quetions. How unique is it?

What is the replacement value for insurance purposes?

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  1. JWyatt, 6 years ago
    I have a table base with the same marking...very elaborate...I am also interested in furniture, etal made by Fuggiti. My piece is liocated in Tennessee and I can only find one other piece on ebay which is also a lamp but not as unique as yours....Good Luck.
  2. rpearson, 6 years ago
    I bought a coffee table in Nashville, TN 10 years ago. It has a round white marble top about 3ft across, with a ornate gold pedestal base with 1965 Fuggiti Studios. I haven't been able to find much out about it either.
  3. Denise Willhite, 6 years ago
    I have a lamp dated 1960 with Fuggiti studios. It appears to be ceramic. I am in Oklahama. Any info regarding this lamp would be welcome.
  4. derek, 6 years ago
    I have the same piece but with pedestal. I would like to know what it is called ????
  5. ajfuggiti, 6 years ago
    Don't believe the furniture store, lamp is not one of a kind.
    Fuggiti Studios closed their doors in May of 1998'
    Many of the molds still exist.
  6. Kathi, 5 years ago
    I have a Fuggiti Studios gold leaf pedestal ceramic table with glass top. Any suggestions how to value to sell?.
  7. dfuggiti, 5 years ago
    I am the daughter of the owner of Fuggiti Studios Inc.. The company did close it's doors in 1998 and the molds were sold to a company in Canada. The black moro lamp was not a one of a kind lamp.

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