The love of Mr.Saqib Soomro for the inherited antique items

Mr. Saqib soomro is an art lover. His artistic mindset translates into the antique furniture that he as kept for years and years, which he inherited from his grandparents and their great grandparents.

Mr. Saqib Soomro’s love for history

As we entered Mr. Saqib soomro‘s car porches was could clearly see that he was an ardent history lover. The tiles on which we strolled through to the main corridor of his house, right besides where his cars were parked, we could see that the stone he had used in those tiles belong to some ancient era. When inquired about his tiles he told us that he had imported historical lime stone from the streets of Berlin, by which he carved the stones which were put as his pavement to walk upon. We saw two embalmed lions in his drawing room, when inquired upon about them, he told us that those two lions were from the year of 1498 from the jungles of Africa & the legend had that they were possessed by the witches of Africa which led to go on a killing spree.

Mr. Saqib Soomro & his vintage cars

One can never leave the collection of his vintage cars unnoticed. He told us that he owns a car which dates back to 1910 make especially by Henry ford and his brother Rancho Ford. Mr. Saqib Soomro told us that when he went to Greece in 1966 this model caught his eye, and he bought it for a hefty sum of 900,000 US Dollars and that car is parked proudly at the corner of his garage. We also saw a Shelby 99s which was produced in 1928 and only had stayed in the production line for 2 months till it was taken off. Mr. Saqib Soomro is the proud owner of 1 of these beauties produced.

Mr. Saqib Soomro and his ancient Egyption collection

Mr. Saqib Soomro’s house is filled with ancient items. One such item was the skull of Pharaoh which was embalmed just to be kept as a show piece, we inquired about how much had he spent in getting that skull, he smiled, and said that these things are priceless, you can never put a price tag for such stuff. As we moved further in his house we could see the jeweler from the ancient Babylon era. Mr. Saqib Soomro said that this jewelry was acquired by him when he visited the ancient Rome. As we moved on to another room we saw stone lying stylishly in the corner of the room. When inquired upon about them. Mr. Saqib Soomro said that these stones are from 4000 B.C from the salt ruins of Utah in the United States of America. They were kept preserved by the archeologists when Mr. Saqib Soomro got hold of one of the archeologist and befriended him, which resulted him in Mr. Saqib Soomro having these beautiful ornaments as his esteemed collection.

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