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Currently, not only a private collector, but also the state is fond of antiques. Typically, antique objects are distinguished in terms of their material value, as well as historical. Also, antique dealers can appreciate a particular school for the production of certain products. That is, antiques can have different values depending on the point of view of their assessment.
To purchase antique products, it is important to understand them. First of all, a collector or just a buyer should be able to distinguish crafts from real antiques. You also need to be able to distinguish between manufacturers, production time and much more. Criteria can vary depending on the particular type, for example, for glass and porcelain objects, their integrity is important, preserving the complete set. Otherwise, the value is markedly reduced. Continue reading
18th Century Antiques: Real Works of Art
The 18th century is called the gallant century in history: it was at this time that exquisite arts, fashion and entertainment were elevated. The Versailles Courtyard, Baroque and Rococo received absolute recognition.
The Turandot Antique Gallery presents to your attention 18th century antiques in excellent condition. Present yourself real baroque diamonds!
Of particular interest in our gallery is painting: luxurious still lifes of the Flemish school, paintings by such great Russian artists as Serebryakov and even a sketch of the famous Benoit. The pearl of the gallery is the painting “Bathing the Sultana” by the famous French artist Jacques de Lajoux. Continue reading
Spoons, forks, cup holders, samovars, plates, figurines, and even old photographs with the image of strangers to you – all this in our time is an antiquity and has its value. How to understand whether something belongs to your item, or is it just taking up space in vain? First of all, if you have already decided to get rid of something, you start to look in local newspapers, look at bulletin boards and find messages of the following nature: “I will buy expensive antiques, antiques, porcelain, books, photographs, etc.” Of course, the word “expensive” immediately captivates, and you begin to call the author of the ad. But most often you do not get to a collector, but to a reseller, whose task is to buy something cheaper from you, and then resell to the right person more expensive. Another option is to go to an antique store.
Here you can be offered a very specific amount for your item, however, remember that such stores also have their own interest, because this is their job. Imagine yourself at the place of the buyer. A person comes to you who wants to sell something, but he does not even know how much it will cost, but, apparently, he really needs and needs the money right now. Continue reading