Oh dear, my wife's Nan, now 92 and still mentally ok idols and independant( bloody amazing) wants to sell her Georg Jensen flatware set she purchased while on holiday overseas with her late hubby 20 something years ago, it's a set called Old Danish. In Showroom condition as it has spent its entire life in a safe in its display case. I have seen her receipt and they spent nearly 10,000 grand on this set, I know right, why would you, surely a heap of gold would have been better, but the poor old duck is now wanting to sell it, 6 place setting of 48 pieces, I checked new prices online and ebay sell this stuff same style still today for the same money she has purchased it for. They bought it as an investment, oh my god I think to myself, with the markup over bullion on the purchase price 20 something years ago at 10, grand she could have bought bullion at a mass of something like 1000 ounces. Trying to figure a way of breaking it to her that her investment is pumped out by a machine and is still being made in the same pattern today, and she paid 800% more than it was worth at the time. Any advice? Do I just say to her to keep it in the family will, she wants to sell it for a holiday, jeez 10 grand 20 something years ago was a shipload of silver bullion.