July 31st 2018
Rare Finds: Underinsured jewels hidden in the home
Whether inherited and passed down to you over decades or bought and collected by you personally, owning antiques is thrilling and adds intrigue and curiosity to your home. Having your antiques valued regularly may seem unnecessary, but insuring them accurately depends on correct, up-to-date valuations. Therefore it is often the case that antiques are grossly […] Read More
June 5th 2018
Fine art insurance – what do you need to know?
From a Picasso that’s travelling across the world for an exhibition, to a Pollock lent to a gallery by a private collector, art travels more than you might think. And when artworks – in particular high value and fragile pieces – are in transit, insurance becomes a priority. But, what are the concerns affecting the […] Read More
November 21st 2017
Which world famous paintings occupy the “Most Sold For” list with Da Vinci’s “Salvador Mundi”?
Which world famous paintings occupy the “Most Sold For” list with Da Vinci’s “Salvador Mundi”? No artwork has come close to the price paid by a telephone bidder for Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Salvador Mundi” at Christies in New York. Composed in the 16th Century, it last changed hands in the 1950s, when it was bought for […] Read More