The London Art Fair is a great place for new collectors to start out, says Chris Carter.
There’s serious money to be made in antique violins with rare musical instruments topping the Coutts Passion Index for last year.
Intricately decorated Chinese snuff bottles made from glass, stone, jade, agate, wood, ivory and lacquer are highly collectable, says Chris Carter.
Fashion trends are driving high prices in modern and contemporary ceramics, says Chris Carter.
Bottles of rare whisky have proven themselves to be rather tasty investments, says Chris Carter.
For those who have always wanted to climb inside the cockpit of a vintage aeroplane, now is the time, says Chris Carter.
Britain has always been a popular place to do business in the international wine trade. Chris Carter looks into the market, and explains how to invest in fine wines.
Collecting items of entertainment memorabilia is more popular than ever, says Chris Carter.
As a recent £300,000 sale goes to show, there’s serious money to be found in handbags, says Chris Carter.
With the London International Antiquarian Book Fair around the corner, now’s the time to dip into the world of rare books.
As Photo London opens on Thursday, ever more young collectors are turning their attention to collection photographic art, says Chris Carter.