Chris Carter looks at what the botched sale of a 1939 Porsche Type 64 tells us about the classic car business.
If you are offered a temptingly high return on anything, says Merryn Somerset Webb, it is because it is illiquid and risky. That’s something that investors in peer-to-peer platform Lendy should have realised.
Who has the right to own art treasures that were originally pillaged? Chris Carter reports.
Some intriguing art is appearing on the market for the first time, says Chris Carter.
Venerable auction house Sotheby’s has been snapped up for $3.7bn, says Chris Carter. But there’s plenty of action for investors at the other end of the art market too.
Leonardo da Vinci’s reputation has come under scrutiny, says Chris Carter. Is the criticism fair?
The whereabouts of Salvator Mundi, the supposed painting by Leonardo da Vinci has remained a mystery, says Chris Carter. Until now.
Paintings are going for record amounts, but is art in a bubble? Chris Carter reports
Wealthy buyers are pushing up prices of Asian antiques and artworks, says Chris Carter.
Collectors can’t get enough vintage watches, says Chris Carter. And some hugely impressive timepieces are up for auction.
The wine-investment trade is going mainstream, says Chris Carter.