The thousand-dollar artifacts of the Qing emperor were turned into table lamps

The 200-year-old hat holder of the Qing emperor was turned into a decorative light for 50 years by a British couple without knowing its true value.

The homemade table lamp, which has been decorated by a British couple for 50 years, can reach $ 370,000 after experts identified it as a 200-year-old Qing rare antiquity, Mirror. through the news. According to Christie's auction house expert in London, 25cm tall objects are the hat decorations of 9 dragon motifs of Dao Quang (1782 - 1850) , the 8th emperor of the Qing Dynasty.

Picture 1 of The thousand-dollar artifacts of the Qing emperor were turned into table lamps
The price for rare precious hat is worth at least 370,000 USD.(Photo: BNPS).

The unnamed couple bought the hat rack in 1953. They put up electric light bulbs, covered lamps and placed in the hallway of houses in northern Wales. The hanger was built between 1820-1850, with an expected price of $ 370,000 in Christie's upcoming auction.

"This yellow and green price is decorated with 9 dragons, a symbol of supreme power. This is a beautiful work of art, demonstrating the mastery of artisans. Pottery items. Chinese porcelain is often repaired into lamps and it is fortunate that the hanger is not damaged, we were surprised when the seller brought the item , " Ivy Chan, Christie's Asian artwork expert, said.

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