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Q: What's a reasonable price to pay for a real Suzhou silk scarf?

10 years 44 weeks ago in  Shopping - Suzhou

 
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A Chinese may pay from $ 20 to $ 25 US dollars (its equivalent in local currency), you or me may pay between $ 100 and $ 200 US dollars.

I do advise to visit shops and seelect the one you like best, take a photo with your cell phone, and a couple of days later send a Chinese friend to buy it for you.  I do that a lot on large purchases, like TV, music system, digital camera, refrigerator, etc.

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