Interview with Art Advisors from Switzerland and Latvia It is extremely rare that a collector immediately becomes an art world insider. Passion comes first, and then in due course it is followed by the necessary knowledge, experience, and originality in taste. The initial drive is frequently based in an interest in art as an asset class, and later, it frequently either grows into a life-long practice or simply ends. For both, the collector-to-be and the seasoned collector whose collection needs to be managed and looked after, the role of an art advisor is indispensable. Artlaw.club is honoured to talk to two art professionals with rewarding careers in different parts of the world: Ms. Zane Grants-Wolff from Switzerland and Ms. Anda Kļaviņa from Latvia.
Interview with Nicolas Delorme, co-CEO of Planet of Finance Community platforms have become unalienable part of our lives. We share services, find lenders and borrowers, make group investments via different online platform solutions. ArtLaw.club has talked to Mr.Nicolas Delorme, co-CEO of Planet of Finance, on finding a suitable wealth management service provider and investing with passion or precise analysis.
Passion investing in jewellery. Part I: professions This is the first article in a series about competent investing in jewelry made into plain English. The seasoned diamantaire, Mr.Gabriel Levin-Cafrir, will talk about terminology, professions, main risks and caution signals for a newcomer to make a deliberate decision when acquiring the piece of jewellery for whatever (passionate or investing, or both) reason.
Passion investing in jewellery. Part II: gems, not diamonds This is the second article in a series about competent investing in jewelry made into plain English. The seasoned diamantaire, Mr.Gabriel Levin-Cafrir, will talk about gems that can be confused with diamonds by hearing their names (some of them are in the category of diamond simulants). In order not to make a mistake - take your time, read the article and investigate!