Glasses to be sold. It is being told that the price of these two glasses has been kept from 15 pounds (Rs 15.2 crore) to 25 pounds (Rs 25.4 crore). Not only this, names have also been given to these glasses.
Two rare glasses are set to be on display at Sotheby’s London on 27 October. These glasses are not like any ordinary glasses, but they are more valuable than them. You will be surprised to know that the price of these glasses is not in lakhs but in crores, that too not Rs 4-5 crore but up to Rs 25 crore.
According to the information, there are rare 17th century glasses in Sotheby’s London office. who are to be auctioned. It is being told that the price of these two glasses has been kept from 15 pounds (Rs 15.2 crore) to 25 pounds (Rs 25.4 crore).
Not only this, names have also been given to these glasses. One of the glasses with diamonds is ‘Hallow of Light’ and the other with ‘Gate of Paradise’. It is being told that both these priceless glasses are going to be displayed on October 22. At the same time, their auction will be done on October 27.
It is being told that these glasses belong to the Mughal period in the 17th century. People believe that it is like a miracle for historians. Molding these precious pages into this beautiful shape brings out the art of that time in front of everyone.
200 carat diamond up to 300 carat emerald weight
According to Middle East and India Sotheby’s President Edward Gibbs, these two glasses are like a miracle for experts and historians. He says that the story of the unique glasses began in 17th century Mughal India when royal wealth, scientific knowledge and artistic endeavor all reached their peak together.
At the behest of an unknown prince, an artist gave this shape to a diamond that weighed over 200 carats. At the same time, the weight of the glasses in which the emeralds are attached is at least 300 carats. He told that now it has to be seen how far the maximum bid of these glasses can reach.