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$300 vs. $85: Would You Pay More for an Older Tiffany Bowl?

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The vintage One Kings Lane bowl, left; and the brand new Tiffany bowl, right
The vintage One Kings Lane bowl, left; and the brand new Tiffany bowl, right

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Right now, home decor flash sale site One Kings Lane is selling a Tiffany glass bowl for $399 (they peg the original price at $900), but an eagle-eyed Racked reader-slash-Tiffany-expert points out that the same bowl, made of crystal, can be had brand new at the Tiffany site for just $85.

So our poll of the day is: would you rather shell out $300 for a pre-owned bowl or have the same, brand-new bowl for $85?

Poll results

· Tiffany Bowl, $300 at OneKingsLane.com
· Rock Cut Bowl, $85 at Tiffany.com
· Other stuff to vote on [Racked]