Porcelain sneakers auctioned for more than 100,000 euros

Porcelain sneakers auctioned for more than 100,000 euros
Porcelain sneakers auctioned for more than 100,000 euros

The auction house Sotheby’s announced that 72 bids had been received for the unique piece designed jointly by the sporting goods manufacturer Adidas and the Meissen porcelain manufacturer. This is a world record price at an auction for an Adidas sneaker, said spokeswoman Adrienne DeGisi of the German press agency. The buyer wanted to remain anonymous.

The colorful shoes are made of hand-painted leather with porcelain attachments. The proceeds from the auction will go to the Brooklyn Museum in New York.

Extraordinary trainers have recently made headlines again and again at auctions with high prices. In the summer, for example, a pair of white sneakers that a co-founder of the sporting goods company Nike had handmade around 50 years ago was auctioned for $ 162,500. Shortly before, a pair of basketball legend Michael Jordan sneakers had brought in $ 560,000.

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