1. Meiyintang Flower Vase
This flower vase was sold at the auction house called “Sotheby’s” and it cost $21.6 million. The vase is from the 15th century and it is painted with scenes from the glorious history of china. It was bought by a businessman called Stephen Zuellig.
2. Cloisonne Enamel Double Crane Censers
This luxurious object was sold for $16.7 million and its new owner, Joseph Lau, bought it from the auction house “Christie’s International”. This incredible sculpture depicts two pairs of enamel cranes, both on them on enamel rock pedestals.
4. Zao Wou-ki Painting “10.1.68”
This painting was also available thanks to the auction house “Sotheby’s” and the price that it brought to this auction house is $8.8 million. Apparently in 10 years this painting could cost even $50 million.
5. Singing-Bird Pistols
“Christie’s International” is also an important auction house and it presented the Singing Bird Pistols that were bought for the amazing amount of $5.8 million. The pistols are exotic and impressive ones taking into consideration the fact that they are made of gold and enamel. Instead of bullets they have a small bird that comes out of the gun and begins to sing.