Antiques and collectibles have been the target of a surge in luxury sales in recent years as more consumers are looking to enjoy a bit more of the modern era.
Some of these items are priced lower than their counterparts in their vintage, antique or collectible counterparts.
Some are even selling for a fraction of their prices, as evidenced by this Antiques by Tiffany sale on eBay, which costs $8,200 for a 1,000-piece collection.
However, a closer look at the prices for these items can reveal a few more interesting facts.
Here are five antiques that are on the lower end of the spectrum, and two that are actually in the upper-middle.
Antiques are often seen as the pinnacle of luxury, but they can be pricey when it comes to buying an antiques piece.
While these pieces are not considered antique or rare, they are often considered too expensive to make a dent in the value of a home.
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