Chandigar heritage item goes for Rs 12 58 lakh Down Under

  • | Thursday | 4th March, 2021

Tribune News ServiceChandigarh March 3In yet another auction of a city artifact a cabinet was sold for Rs12.58 lakh at an auction at Chippendale in Australia yesterday. The cabinet with three doors and two drawers and open shelving to the reverse originally belonged to the High Court said Ajay Jagga member Heritage Protection Cell Chandigarh. Five heritage items including a pair of stools a pair of chairs easy chairs a desk with a rectangular top upholstered in green leather and a dining table designed by Pierre Jeanneret were auctioned for Rs38.60 lakh in Paris on February 27 he said. In 2020 in Australia two Mughal-era gold coins were auctioned for Rs43.5 lakh which were in the possession of the administration of the Nizam of Hyderabad he said.

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