There's great demand for authentic vintage soccer memorabilia, and the World Cup has equal appeal to fans and collectors alike.
Zombie Formalism may have been the most important art movement of the new century but by late 2015 the market had cooled.
Some innovations are heralded as turning points for civilization. The wheel propelled us great distances, the combustion engine transformed lives, and the television transported us to imagined lands. The chair doesn’t tend to receive quite the same status, despite literally lifting humans off the ground. But what started as something purely utilitarian has morphed into…
“Blue chip” is a term used to describe established companies whose value is a certainty. In the same vein, blue-chip art refers to the works of the most important and recognizable artists, whose pieces consistently sell in volume and at high prices. Blue-chip art is not acquired on a speculative basis – the art market is…
Ultra-Contemporary is the fastest growing category in the art market. We've asked seven art specialists which "up and coming artists" to look out for.
It’s important to keep track of the value of the items in your collection. Use our flow chart if you're wondering how to get an appraisal.
Sitting on potentially valuable records or starting to dip your toe into the market as you build your own vinyl record collection? Despite the advent of streaming music, there’s solid proof that vinyl records aren’t ready for their last spin at all.
Taking a good photograph requires an artful eye, and state-of-the-art technology, which is why those in pursuit of perfect photography are often compelled to collect vintage cameras.
From contributing metal goods during the war effort, to athlete medals for the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Reed & Barton silver remains one of the most popular brands on the second-hand market. Learn about the company that provides flatware for White House dinners.
What's shaking up the art world right now isn’t a newly discovered Old Master or French Impressionist painting. It’s NFTs, aka Non-Fungible Tokens.