This Monday, April 18, Sophie Davant was at the controls of two new numbers of “Case concluded”. And it is that this Easter Monday, a vendor has provoked the wrath of Internet users. The latter did not understand her choice to sell a family heirloom with an incredible story.
On this Easter Monday, when many French people are enjoying a sunny three-day weekend, France 2 has decided to keep its regular schedule. So two numbers of “Starts Today” were broadcast on the public service channel, followed by two episodes of “done deal”. So Sophie Davant came back to welcome new vendors. Y viewers they were not disappointed. During the first broadcast, collectibles dazzled the shoppers of the day. Between a set of jewels, a school desk or an imposing wall light, there was, once again, something for everyone.
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Sandra, the first buyer of this Monday, April 18, proposed a painting, representing a gendarmesque scene of the Second Empire, and signed Louis Henry Dupray. If the auctioneer, Patricia Casini-Vitalis, estimated this object at 400 euros, the price skyrocketed in the auction room, reaching 850 euros. Many vendors have had the pleasure of making “done deals” with entertainment experts. However, Sasha was not so lucky and drew the ire of netizens.
“Why sell them?”
The 33-year-old Parisian was no novice at the set of “Deal Done”. She had already participated in the show for the first time to sell a small bronze. This time, she repeated the experience to offer a familiar object that caused a sensation between Sophie Davant and the auctioneer. Sasha then offered her a set of jewelry that belonged to her great-great-grandmother. To prove her origin, she even brought the death certificate of her eldest son with a picture of her wearing these jewels. An object of great economic value and above all sentimental. As Patricia Caisini-Vitalis pointed out, these earrings and brooch are 14k gold, accented with amethysts and mother-of-pearl. Upon discovering this family treasure, netizens were shocked. For some, selling this object with such a history is simply “shameful”.
“Should have kept it”
What amazed Internet users the most was the turn of this sale. Although the auctioneer had estimated this ornament at a price of 400 euros, buyers were not seduced by this object. Finally, it was Christophe Servant who made the highest offer, but the latter was far from the estimate. He only offered 250 euros. If Sasha has been disappointed with this amountHowever, she agreed to sell her property, while the other buyers had pressured her to refuse. A misunderstanding for the Twittos who were offended by such a low price and by the seller’s choice.
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