With the “apparent” UK Summer break coming to an end , the little loves going back to school 😊 and early signs of Autumn in the garden, it is full steam ahead in the world of Japanese art , with Asian art week London, and many exhibitions and fairs to take in over the coming months.
Not that I have had the luxury of a break as yet , no far from it !!
Indeed we have spent the last month or so dealing with a sudden influx of mainly overseas enquiries , and on the buying front we have never been busier , it is very rewarding to see the hours of hard work developing our online presence now bearing fruit, whilst clearly providing a much needed service worldwide , it always gives me great pleasure to bring previously undiscovered “market fresh pieces” to our ever increasing client base.
The gentleman’s story we have had permission to highlight below typifies the frustrations of many people across the
Dear FriendsWelcome to our first post of 2017 , may I take this opportunity to wish you a happy and healthy new year ,With arguably one of the most pivotal years in a century behind us we look forward to an exciting new year and the fresh challenges that lie ahead ,one of the major attractions in the world of antiques is the uncertainty of what we may uncover at any given time, the next journey , phone call, e-mail, viewing of a sleepy auction house or hopefully an invitation to view a private collection, these are amongst the factors that give us that buzz, the energy and the enthusiasm to travel tens of thousands of miles across the world each year in search of hidden treasures .Read more