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The rediscovered vase features four roundels of different fishes.
A 'lost' Chinese vase has sold for a whopping £14.6m - eight years after its matching twin went under the hammer at a British auction house for £43m.
It means the identical pair of 16ins tall antiques are worth a combined £57.6m.
The first 18th century Qianlong vase took the antiques world by storm after solicitor Tony Johnson and his mother Gene offered it for sale in 2010.
The 16ins item sold for the astonishing sum to a wealthy Chinese collector.
Now its missing pair, that had been kept in the same family for 90 years, has sold.