In May 2018, Christie’s in New York is selling the art and antique collection of Peggy and David Rockefeller.
Some of the items were acquired by the (more…)
The Ritz Paris Hotel is selling 10,000 objects and antiques in a five day sale later this month. The hotel closed in 2012 for a full renovation and items removed from the hotel are being put up for sale.
Audrey Hepburn, Ernest Hemingway, Coco Chanel and Marcel Proust are amongst the famous names that have (more…)
During a recent state visit to Buckingham Palace by Mohammed Bin Salman, the Saudi Arabian Crown Prince, an official photograph was taken in the palace’s audience room. Following this, the Daily Mail asked antique experts to (more…)
At a 2015 New York Antique fair, the Wadsworth Athenium museum purchased a Civil War memorial secretary valued at $375,000, though the museum did not disclose what it had paid. However much it was though, it appears the (more…)
A mum was horrified when visiting a friend’s house as her toddler pressed a button on a remote control which caused damage to antiques. The button operated a remote-controlled TV cabinet.
The mother described what (more…)
A Rolex watch that is the same model of one worn by American actor Steve McQueen was sold at auction last month for a record price of £18,200, well above its estimated price of between £7,000 and £10,000.
An antique that was once owned by (more…)
Leicester Cathedral removed several huge antique oak seats so that the remains of King Richard III could be buried in the cathedral. They were sold to Cyril Naylor from Leicester who kept them in storage for 18 months but is now selling them.
The seats are expected to sell for between (more…)
Neil Packer, a paranormal investigator, is planning to open the Haunted Antiques Paranormal Research Centre in Hinckley, Leicestershire. This is (more…)
An antique expert is predicting that Ikea furniture could be valuable in the future.
The founder of the (more…)
Modern technology is rarely associated with antiques, but that is changing.
PresTop is a (more…)