When 15 Chinese bid in tandem, a simple ceramic pot valued only $1,900 was successfully auctioned for $9 million.

When 15 Chinese bid in tandem, a simple ceramic pot valued only $1,900 was successfully auctioned for $9 million.


A Chinese porcelain vase was sold for US$9 million at an auction in the tiny town of Fontainebleau, near Paris, France, after roughly 15 Chinese people bid on it. In reality, this ceramic vase is valued at roughly $1,900. The auction house's specialists also stated that it is not an antique. They just disguised it as a regular ceramic pot. The predicted price was 4,000 times greater than the auction price.



This white and blue ceramic pitcher with a dragon and cloud motif is thought to be a heavenly ceramic creation. 54 cm tall Bidders thought this ceramic pot was an antique and offered reasonable prices. According to experts, if this ceramic pot was produced around 200 years ago, it would be extremely uncommon and precious.

In Paris, a woman who loved collecting antiques died, and her daughter received this porcelain pot. When this porcelain pot was auctioned off, his daughter died as well. As a result, his daughter (the original owner's granddaughter) will receive half of the revenue from the sale of ceramic pots.

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