london - A 'cheap' ring, once purchased on a flea market in London for twelve euros, has been estimated at around 406,000 euros at an estimate. The greeting was revealed with a valuable diamond, according to Sotheby's auction house. The owner who wants to stay anonymous walked without knowing daily with a 26 carat gem around her finger.
The dull ring of the twentieth century ended up as a cheap jewel on the flea market, where the woman bought him thirty years ago. 'Curious about the real value she has allowed him to rate him at a jeweler. He soon stated that it was an expensive diamond, 'said Sotheby's Jessica Wyndham.
The ring will be auctioned at Sotheby's on June 7th.