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Pearl Marie Antoinette makes auction for record $ 32 million


update: 15.11.2018 01:09

Geneva – The pearl necklace, once owned by the French queen, Maria Antoinette, has been auctioned for $ 32 million (736 million kroner) today at Sotheby's auction in Geneva. According to Sotheby, a pear record price at the auction at the auction. The tender for the jewelery at the Parma Bourbon plant earned 53 million Swiss francs (1.2 billion kroner).

"Pearl Queen Marie Antoinette" was one of the most expected of hundreds of auction items, a pearl-shaped pearl and a pearl necklace. The estimated prize price, like the other jewelery offered in this block, ranged from one to two million dollars.

But the new owner of a precious jewel will pay more than just one reward. A total of $ 36.160,000 in purchasing was announced at the auction site.

Dozens of jewelry belonging to Marie Antoinette, the wife of King Louis XVI and Maria Theresa, the Queen of the Czechs, attracted the attention of the tender. For example, pearl necklace, brooch or diamond earrings are guided by the fate of the jewelery. Some people sent him to Brussels and Vienna in the hope that he would soon meet his Austrian family in Marie Antoinette 1791. Both her husband and her husband were executed two years later. The only survivor of Maria Theresa, married to Louis Anthony Bourbon, won the jewelry. The Bourbon-Parma dynasty has over 200 years left.





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