Art & Collectibles
This Ultra-Rare Ancient Gold Coin, Made to Mark Julius Caesar’s Death, Was Just Returned to Greece
The Eid Mar was repatriated this week along with 28 other ancient artifacts looted from the country.
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A Closer Look at the Tiffany & Co. Trophy Japan Won at the World Baseball Classic
Originally forged in 2005, the grail was recently updated with a 24-karat gold overlay.
Ai Weiwei Used 650,000 Legos to Create a Massive Ode to Monet’s Most Famous Painting
Comprising 650,000 toy bricks, ‘Water Lillies #1’ is the largest Lego artwork he has ever created.
A Jackson Pollock Painting Discovered During a Police Raid in Bulgaria May Be Worth $54 Million
A preliminary examination suggests it is an original uncatalogued work by the American artist from 1949.
More Than 1,000 Artifacts in the Met’s Collection Are Linked to Art Trafficking, a New Report Finds
Of the 1,109 relics in question, 309 are currently on display.
Art Collector Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Buying a Private Island, Costume Jewelry and Making Her Own Rosé
The Turin, Italy native is one of today’s top collectors of high-end jewelry, art, and 20,000 books.
A 500-Year-Old English Farmhouse With a Banksy Mural Has Been Demolished
The dilapidated home had a mural titled ‘Morning is Broken’ on its side, featuring a young boy and his cat.
A Rare David Hockney Painting Worth Over $36,000 Was Just Discovered on ‘Antiques Roadshow’
The owner brought the unique piece on the BBC hit series in hopes that the show’s host would uncover some hidden value.
A Pair of Michael Jordan’s ‘Last Dance’ Sneakers Could Sell for a Record $4 Million Next Month
The signed shoes were worn by MJ in the 1998 Finals.