A reproduction among the world’s most expensive antiques that were sold is the badminton cabinet made in Florence during the Medici dynasty. The cabinet took 6 years to make, made by a team composed of 30 craftsmen. Decorated with precious stones like lapis Lazuli, amethysts, ebony and other semi-precious gems, the cabinet is considered as one of the finest pieces of French furniture. The 12-foot tall cabinet also includes a clock with fleurs-de-lis for numbers. This piece of antique furniture twice set records for most expensive sale. In 1990 it sold for $16.6 million and in 2004 it sold for $36 million. The cabinet is now owned by the Lichtenstein Museum where it is on public display.