A resident in England bought a ring at a very reasonable price- paying less than 100 rubles.
She bought the ring in a shop and, as it was later found out, the ring actually cost 2000 times higher (nearly 300 000 rubles).
The specialist in antiques, who was to estimate the ring’s cost, assured the ring was designed with a pattern typical of and widely used in the 70s.
As it appeared to be, the woman got the ring nearly free of charge and, once being informed about its real value, got absolutely astonished. She was sure that was made of glass, rather than of a valuable metal. Furthermore, the woman isn’t going to sell the ring, but to wear it proudly.