The World’s Top 10 Most Expensive Antiques 2015

In this world, everything is not as easily getable as one thinks. However, few things are very valuable and of course rare to get by. The antique items are stored or kept and worth huge. The reason behind the huge worth is sometimes the history attached to it or any particular incident. But, the worth of the item is always priceless because of the beauty and the enriched history attached to it. Here are the top 10 most expensive antiques as of 2015.

10. The Sword of Napoleon

The Sword of Napoleon

The Great French King’s sword embellished with Gold was once the death for the enemies. It fought many battles with its king till 1880. However, the Napoleon later gifted it to his brother. It is worth of $6.4 Million. In1978 it was declared as the National Treasure of France and symbolizes Power, Victory and Strategy in the world.

9. Soup Tureen of Louis XV

Soup Tureen of Louis XV

This is not an ordinary Soup Tureen. The Royal Soup Tureen is made of Gold and of course used by the king Louis XV. It is kept in Germany and is worth of $9.7 Million.

8. Antique Shelf Desk and Book Case

The Mahogany shelf desk and book case was designed and created in 1760. The antique piece still looks equally astonishing and stunning. It is 112 inches in length. However, one might stumble upon the price of the book case. It is priced at $11.4 Million for its intrinsic beauty and unbelievable durability.

7. Diamond Tiara

Diamond Tiara

One of the most sought and desired diamond is in the next in the list. The Diamond Tiara seats at the crown of Princess Katharina Henckel von Donnersmarck. The priceless jewel is priced at $12.1 Million and consists of Columbian Emerald Gems.

6. Vessel of Ming Dynasty

It is one of the most priced and sought antiques in the world. The Chinese vessel made from 18 karat gold was made during the Ming Dynasty. The time in China was famous for costly and worthy vessels and other stuffs. It is priced at $14.2 Million according to the last information.

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