Who has the right to own art treasures that were originally pillaged? Chris Carter reports.
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.
Works of art that have been attributed to great artists can fool even the experts, says Chris Carter.
Collectors in Asia have a thirst for rare Scotch whisky, says Chris Carter.
Pacioli’s “Summa de arithmetica”, the original how-to guide for accountants, is going under the hammer. Chris Carter reports.
Superhero fans have grown up and have money to spend on collectable comics. Chris Carter reports.
Watercolours offer a glimpse of the world before film, says Chris Carter.