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Q: Where To Sell Chinese Antiques In Shanghai?

I have some Chinese Antiques which I want to sell which are genuine. I once tried to offer it to one antique shop but off course they tried give a price which will make your blood pressure rise above the ceiling.Help anyone?.

7 years 40 weeks ago in  General  - Shanghai

 
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Have you tried either the Dongtai Lu Open Air Antique market?  Either strike a deal with a vendor or try to sell it yourself.  It runs daily, from early morning business hours until the evening.

Antiques are very problematic in China, meaning are they really antiques or are they well-done or poorly done copies?

If all else fails, place a free advertisement here on www.echinacities.com or on www.shanghaiexpat.com.

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there is one big antique center at Fuzhou road, near Nanjing road walk zoon, another at Duolunlu, many shops, try market price first, then you know yours. 

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Was it Xiang Gang original furs trading? I drank some cheap baijiu before I read the memo. Can i get my 5 mao now? I'm saving for a xiaomi.

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