Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi Sold for $450mRare Leonardo da Vinci painting Salvator Mundi (c.1500) sold at a Christie’s New York auction on 15 November for an astounding $450.3 million.
Schumacher’s Ferrari Breaks World Auction RecordA momentous occasion curated by RM Sotheby’s, Michael Schumacher’s Ferrari is the first vehicle that has been offered at a Sotheby’s art auction.
Guernsey’s Legendary Guitars & Musical Treasures AuctionOn the 2 December, Guernsey’s Legendary Guitars & Musical Treasures auction in New York will see some of the finest instruments in history go up for sale—striking a sentimental chord with music fans.
Seeing Red: 70 Years of FerrariTo applaud the 70-year anniversary of Ferrari, one of the most iconic automobile manufacturers ever known, the Peterson Automotive Museum is hosting an exhibition in their honour.
Audrey Hepburn: Behind the Hollywood LegendChristie’s presents Hepburn’s personal collection at auction.
Pioneer Margaret Collyer’s Work to Be Sold at Winter Art & Antiques FairIt has been announced that another ‘lost masterpiece’ is to be sold—Margaret Collyer’s Lord Of The Isles (1901).
Sotheby’s Treasures: The Prince of Prussia’s CollectionSotheby’s pre-eminent decorative arts sale featuring masterpieces with outstanding provenance from around the globe will feature property of the Prince of Prussia, dating back to the year 1111
Car Boot Sale Diamond Was Sold for £656,750 at Sotheby’s AuctionA surprising lot at Sotheby’s auction caught everybody’s attention. A diamond bought at a car boot sale was sold for £656,750 at Sotheby’s auction.
The Art of Crafting Crocodile Leather Handbags and AccessoriesArts & Collections finds out about Singapore's crocodile leather industry
The Monaco Yacht ShowThe Monaco Yacht Show returns from 27 to 30 September, offering the latest in luxury cutting-edge design
Jewellery Meets ArtThe National Museum of Modern Art unveils it's latest exhibition where Jewellery meets Art.
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