When it comes to antique corners, we’re a little bit spoiled

When you look around the world, you’ll probably find antique furniture in most stores.

But some of them are just as interesting to the eyes as the ones you’re familiar with.

If you’re looking for a piece of art, a piece that will go down in history as one of the most memorable and most enduring pieces of furniture in the history of the world you’ve come to the right place.

For many people, the question of how much they’re willing to pay for it has become a constant point of conversation.

We asked a few people about the value of antique pieces in India and their thoughts on the matter.

The questions we asked reflect the varying values of what a piece should be worth in India.

The question of value for IndiaThe most interesting question we received was from a man who lives in Mumbai, India.

He told us that he had just bought an antique piano in the form of a rare violin.

He wanted to know how much it was worth.

“The violin was bought in 2013 and it was about $3,000.

I had to sell it,” he told us.

“After I bought it, I had no interest in the violin.

It is a nice piano but it is also not the best piano in India, either.”

He added that it would be more useful to have bought a guitar, which was worth about $50,000 more than the piano.

We also asked him if he would buy a piece in a similar condition as the piano or a similar one in its original condition.

He said that he would only buy one in his collection because he has a lot of other pieces in his house and he wants to use them for other purposes.

“It is a great piece, it is priceless.

But it is a piece where the value is less.

I want to keep it in the house for a long time, because it is very valuable,” he said.

“I want to use it for art and not for decoration,” he added.

He added, “I have to pay the same price for the piano as I pay for the violin.”

He said that the money he pays for the Piano in its final condition will go to the family and that the rest will be used to pay his medical expenses.

“If the piano is in its current condition, then I am not even paying for it.

I would just pay for my medical expenses,” he explained.

In other words, he would be better off buying an antique violin in its perfect condition and using the money to pay medical expenses in the future.

The man, who lives with his family in a very large house, did not want to be named for fear of reprisals from the local authorities.

“When I buy a violin, I am only buying it for myself and my family.

I don’t want to make any money,” he was quoted as saying.

But he added, that he is willing to put the violin in his home, so long as he is not able to use the piano for its original purpose.

He did, however, agree to the condition of the piano being that it be of “perfect” condition, which means that the strings are intact and the wood is intact.

“In my opinion, a piano is of poor quality,” he elaborated.

The man, whose name was not mentioned, said that a few of his relatives have been buying vintage pianos in India for generations and that he could buy a very good one for the same amount as the Piano.

“This is the way of the country.

I do not mind spending my money, as long as it is not too much,” he claimed.

A similar story was told by a man living in another part of India.

“We have a piano.

I will pay for its condition to be better than that of a typical antique piano.

But if it is too bad, I will just buy a cheap one,” he stated.”

A good piano will not have a value in India if it has a bad condition,” he further explained.

He also added that he did not intend to spend his money on the piano, which he would use for the rest of his life.

“A good instrument is worth more than a good piano.

It does not matter how it is made.

The quality is important, and it is my money that will buy me a good instrument,” he asserted.”

I will never sell a piece from India that is not of good quality,” the man said.