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Did you know? Heart Evangelista owns a small vase worth P53,000

Aside from high-end shoes, clothes, and bags, Heart Evangelista is also an avid collector of luxury kitchenware.

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07/31/2020 09:24 AM
Did you know? Heart Evangelista owns a small vase worth P53,000
Photo Credit: @iamhearte Instagram

Aside from high-end shoes, clothes, and bags, Heart Evangelista is also an avid collector of luxury kitchenware.

Quite often, the actress and style icon gives her followers a glimpse of her covetable collection of fancy plates, bowls, and mugs on her Instagram page, whether it be in snaps of her table settings for "dinners and chika nights" she hosts at home, or in random shots of her equally stylish pet dog, Panda.

Once, she even gave an exclusive tour of her china room in a September 2019 vlog on her YouTube channel, Love Marie Escudero.


But exactly how much these items cost?

A Facebook user named Nelson Adrian recently did some research on Heart's tableware collection, particularly from her favorite designer, the French luxury brand Hermes.

In his post on Wednesday, July 29, that has since gone viral on the social networking site, Adrian featured a few items from Heart's collection, including their price tags in Philippine Peso.

Among them was her Hermes Balcon du Guadalquivir vase, which was priced on the brand's official site at £840 or PHP53,476.59, according to the netizen.

Her Hermes Mosaïque au 24 Gold dinnerware collection was also included, with prices ranging from £125 or PHP6,394.98 for the square plate to £730 or PHP35,910.28 for the teapot.

Others were items from Hermes' Balcon Du Guadalquivir and Cheval d'Orient dinnerware collections, which can cost £285 or PHP21,648.00 for a single presentation plate or £260 or PHP18,447.00 for a cup-and-saucer pair.

As of thiswriting, the post has earned more than 9,800 shares, 4,200 reactions, and 2,000 comments from Facebook users, most of whom poked fun at Heart's lavish lifestyle.

"Nakakatakot naman maging kasambahay ni ma'am heart baka makabasag ako ng pinggan at pagbayaran ko habang buhay," wrote one user.

"When eating paksiw using this plate, it will be 100% tastier," added another.

Check out Adrian's full post below: