Medusa Art Launches Largest Website for Antiquities and Ancient Art

Posted by Lizziloraine. 19 November 2009., the largest online dealer in ancient art and antiques has launched their website with perfect functionality and high quality images of their collectables. The website is aligned with the firm’s mission, which is to provide buyers with authentic ancient art along with unparalleled customer service.

Medusa-art strives to find the right work of art to suit each collector and has assisted the Bata Family Collection, the Harer Family Trust Collection, the Mildenberg Collection, as well as evaluated objects for Federated Insurance Co., Hamilton Co., the Government of Canada, the Government of New Zealand, and several others.

The ancient art market, as we know, offers excellent investment opportunities for anyone looking for something built to last. To quote Angus Murray, Fund Manager (The Art Newspaper, September 2009), “Art is comparable to gold as an irreplaceable, un-leveraged real asset, and real assets perform well at times when central banks are printing money.” It’s also true that historically, ancient art investments have yielded excellent long-term capital appreciation, usually 8% to 10% annually. Any investment in tangibles, especially works of art, should be projected for at least five to ten years. Collecting fine art is a pleasurable way of hedging against inflation.

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