Fabergé Eggs: Art Charting Romanov RuleMade of gold and coated in white enamel. The first-ever imperial Fabergé egg—the Hen Egg—was made in 1885 for Tsar Alexander III. Arts & Collections studies these fascinating collectables.
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.
The Penny Black: A Stamp Collector’s Holy GrailAlthough around 68 million were produced, the Penny Black is one of the most famous and sought-after postage stamps for avid collectors.
Luxury Home CollectiblesThe wide selection of limited edition and luxury home collectables are available on the market today. Arts and Collections takes a look at these exquisite items.
Macallan Whiskey Fetches One Million at AuctionThe Macallan Lalique Legacy Collection sells big at auction
Extremely Rare Edition of Das Kapital Volume One Goes on SaleTo mark the 200th anniversary of Karl Marx’s birth, the U.K.’s largest rare bookseller, Peter Harrington, will offer several of his books for sale.
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
Iconic Marilyn Monroe Dress is AuctionedThe ‘Happy Birthday Mr. President’ dress, worn by Marilyn Monroe when she famously sang to President John F. Kennedy, was sold for $4.81 million
Investing in Haute CoutureIt’s no secret that high-quality designer goods will retain their monetary value if maintained well, but can high-end fashion also serve as a trusty investment? Here we look into whether it is worth investing in Haute Couture.
Collecting HermèsThe exquisite designs and rich silks used to create the famous Hermès shawls and scarves make these works of art highly collectable.
Watches: vintage and modernFrom Winston Churchill’s vintage pocket watch to modern wristwatches powered by liquid, the centuries old art of horology continues to capture collectors’ fascination of watches: vintage and modern.
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