The sale of a family property outraged netizens

This Monday, April 18, a sale in

This Monday, April 18, a sale in “Case Closed” outraged netizens. Screenshot of France 2

This Monday, April 18, Sophie Davant was at the helm of two new installments of Case Closed. And on this Easter Monday, a saleswoman drew the wrath of internet users. The latter didn’t understand his decision to sell a family heirloom with an incredible story.

On this Easter Monday, when many French people enjoy a sunny three-day weekend, France 2 has decided to keep its usual program. Two episodes of “Today it begins” were broadcast on the public broadcaster, followed by two episodes of “Case closed”. So Sophie Davant was back to welcome new sellers. And viewers were not disappointed. During the first broadcast, collectibles dazzled the buyers of the day. Whether jewelry set, school desk or impressive wall lamp, there was once again something for everyone.

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Sandra, the first buyer this Monday, April 18, proposed a painting depicting a Second Empire gendarmerie scene and signed Louis Henry Dupray. Auctioneer Patricia Casini-Vitalis estimated this object at 400 euros, but the price in the auction room rose to 850 euros. Many sellers had the pleasure of closing “closed deals” with the experts at the fair. However, Sasha was not so lucky and attracted the wrath of netizens.

“Why are you selling?”

The 33-year-old Parisian was no stranger to the set of Affaire Conclue. She had already attended the show for the first time to sell a small bronze. This time, she repeated the experience to offer a family item that caused a sensation among Sophie Davant and the auctioneer. So Sasha offered a jewelry set that belonged to her great-great-grandmother. To prove her ancestry, she even brought her eldest’s death certificate with a photo of her wearing those jewels. An object of great financial and above all sentimental value. As pointed out by Patricia Caisini-Vitalis, these earrings and brooch are made of 14k gold accented with amethysts and mother-of-pearl. When netizens discovered this family treasure, they were shocked. For some it is simply “shameful” to sell this property with such a history.

“She should have kept it”

What amazed netizens the most was the turn of this sale. While the auctioneer estimated this piece of jewelery at a price of 400 euros, the buyers were not seduced by this object. Eventually it was Christophe Servant who placed the highest bid, but the latter was far from the estimate. He only offered 250 euros. If Sasha was disappointed with this sum, she still agreed to sell her property, while the other buyers had urged her to refuse. A misunderstanding for the twittos who are annoyed by such a low price and the choice of seller.

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