Keep track of what is happening here at The Curator's Eye, as we bring to you a delightful calendar of upcoming Auctions.
Here you will find the details of a fascinating assortment of events, all involving the possibility of bidding on and owning items from many provenances. Art and antiques from the British Antique Dealers' Association, original and handmade objects from the tribes of Africa, fossils, minerals and stones from ancient times, Japanese carvings and porcelain, first editions and original manuscripts - each auction varies in its contents, and each item could be yours when you bid here at The Curator's Eye.
The British Antique Dealers' Association is the trade association for the leading antique dealers in Britain. Since its foundation in 1918 the BADA has set the standard for trading in the antiques business. Members are elected to the association for their high business standards and expertise. They adhere to a vigorously enforced code as laid down in the association's Bye-laws. After a thorough election procedure dealers continue to have their membership renewed and confirmed annually. BADA members pride themselves on their reputation for integrity, wide knowledge of their chosen field of specialisation and the high quality of their stock. It is for this reason that a member of the public can have confidence when buying from, or selling to, a member of the BADA. There are approximately three hundred and fifty dealers, galleries and shops throughout Britain who have met the very high standards that BADA demands.
The Curator’s Eye pride themselves on their reputation for hosting dealers with wide knowledge of their chosen field of specialization and the high quality of their stock. It is with this in mind that the Curator's Eye presents his rare and important sale of antique and authentic African art of extremely high quality. The auction is sponsored by one of the world’s leading dealers and specialists in antique and authentic African art.
Bid on medieval rings, ethnographic adornment, Asian and ancient jewelry. The sale is comprised of jewelry and adornment over time and cultures and consists of an array of "bling" that one cannot find anywhere else.