Rare Persian Necklace – A Lavish G20 Gift?

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Although officially the Necklace and Amulet are still available for sale, rumours are spreading that this rarity, which represents the Holy Symbol of Islam, is to become a VIP gift for the Middle Eastern participants at the upcoming G20 Summit in Toronto.

Pleiades Star Crescent Necklace & Amulet

Although officially the Necklace and Amulet are still available for sale, rumours are spreading that this rarity, which represents the Holy Symbol of Islam, is to become a VIP gift for the Middle Eastern participants at the upcoming G20 Summit in Toronto.

Recently a rare Persian Necklace with Amulet dated to 1 century BC appeared in various news sources with a “For Sale” label. BillionaireXchange and a line of private brokers were given the exclusive rights to sell the artifact for almost 9 million US.

The Necklace appeared on various news sources like Fox News, Forbes, USA Today, CNBC and others, while Luxury Lifestyle Magazine proclaimed it to be the sale of the year.

Although officially the Necklace and Amulet are still available for sale, rumours are spreading that this rarity, which represents the Holy Symbol of Islam, is to become a VIP gift for the Middle Eastern participants at the upcoming G20 Summit in Toronto.

Whether the rumours are true or not is unknown. The owners, Tamoikins Family, expressed availability of the Necklace and Amulet on the date of the interview although they did imply that there are other negotiations taking place with potential buyers.

The fact that the Necklace is located in Canada not far from Toronto where the G20 summit will be held many seem to be a coincidence.

A respected art dealer who wished to remain unnamed already stated that if such sale were to take place it would not be done with public funds.

Most likely a private investor in need of government favours or publicity would step forward to purchase this artifact set with a gift-minded intent. Even if this happened, the public still would not know who bought it and for what reasons. The sale will most likely be labelled “Private”.

Another source that we spoke to also said that these rumours could be true. “Because of the very unusual nature of this Necklace and its association to Islam no one really knows what it can sell for. An item like has never hit the auction floor before so it would not surprise anyone if it sells for a hefty price. It is really anyone’s game, politicians are no exception.”

Who will be the owner of this artifact is uncertain. What is certain is that a rarity like this does not stay unclaimed for long. Luckily for the public the owners of this artifact are culture minded individuals that have allowed the world to see these treasures on their website – something that very view antiques owners are willing to do. All interested to see this Necklace and Amulet are invited to visit http://www.KingsNecklace.com for all detail.

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