Pair of Rare Chinese Vases Sold for 13 Million Pounds
A pair of rare Chinese famille rose vases from the Qing Dynasty sold for 13 million pounds ($16.8 million) at Christie’s auction house in London on Tuesday, making it one of the most expensive Chinese ceramics sold at auction.
“one of the most expensive Chinese ceramics sold at auction.”
The vases, made in the 18th century for the court of the Qianlong Emperor, were purchased in the early 1930s by an English buyer who passed them to the current owner who “had no idea that she had such important pieces in her collection.
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