An inadvertently purchased item can also be a valuable asset. Similarly, a seven-dollar chair bought from a thrift store has now been auctioned for 21 21,000, or Rs. 3.3 million.
The chair, made of wood and wicker, was made by the famous twentieth-century artist Column Moser with his own hands. A woman inadvertently bought it from the British area of Brighton.
However, the woman must have had some idea of its importance. After bringing the chair home, the woman sent some of her pictures to the V&A Museum, but received no response. He then sent the company to buy rare and historic items.
John Blake, a design expert at Surders, immediately responded enthusiastically to the woman. He said that it was created in 1902 by the famous Austrian designer and artist Column Moser. Her photos and videos were then sent to a Vienna expert, who sealed the deal.
Column Moser taught at the Vienna School of Applied Arts. He redesigned the traditional 18th-century staircase, which was still popular today. A few days ago, Sorderers auctioned it for a total of 8 21,874.