The President of Georgia Giorgi Margvelashvili sold his cufflinks in a charity auction. All receipts were used to help the flood victims of Tbilisi
Charity auction was held on June 19 in the hotel Courtyard Marriott within the commemorative event on presentation of the annual media project “Names”.
Silver cufflinks of the President the were put up for sale with the starting price of $100, however, during the bidding, the price rose up to $4,000. The owner of presidential cufflinks became the Georgian business woman Nazhy Asalania. In her words, cufflinks were purchased as a gift to her grandson..
Jewelry of the first persons has been often an object of enhanced interest in the auctions. It is not rare for such jewelry and cufflinks, in particular, to be purchased as a gift to the loved ones, friends or business partners.