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What are we, today, so attracted to antiques? The answer to this question can be at least a few reasons.
As a rule, this is a reverent attitude and love of history – after all, touching unique antiquities, you not only enjoy these works, but simply can plunge into the atmosphere of the past centuries. After all, antiques are not only of historical value, but also are the rarest treasures of world nations. After all, over time, most of the antiquities acquire more and more historical and cultural value. And this means that when buying such items, you will not only spend a considerable amount of money, but actually use a great way to invest your capital. Continue reading
There are people who simply can not resist the magical charm of ancient weapons. They usually form a whole collection of antique blades or pistols. But do not forget that the possession of even antique weapons requires permission and an expert opinion confirming its cultural and historical value.
Not every weapon antiques successfully passes such an examination, mistakes in this matter, unfortunately, are not excluded, but even worse if it suddenly turns out that the acquired “valuable” copy is a fake. Of course, such a purchase will not bring joy. And it’s not even a matter of money, for a wealthy person, it is precisely such people who can afford the pleasure of collecting old weapons, the loss of money is nothing compared to a huge disappointment. Continue reading
The consumer trend is by no means formed in demand!
The subtitle is probably too “cocky”, but according to our observations, the assortment of antique salons and, in general, the antiques market is often formed not only by demand but by supply, because an antique thing is an old item that has been preserved for a long time, often exists in a single copy, therefore the market is often formed on the basis of the principle “we managed to find what we sell”, which means that traders can influence Purchasing in some way, offering the Buyer familiar and exotic items that are not related to and to one steadily acquired group of antique objects, such as, for example, ancient icons, paintings, furniture, silver or porcelain. Continue reading