How to Safely Collect Ancient Art and Artifacts

Posted by Sadigh Gallery on 2/28/2015 to Sadigh Gallery News
Safely and legally building a collection of ancient art and artifacts is an enjoyable and rewarding pastime as long as you know how to do it. By following a few guidelines, you will be able to acquire a wonderful collection of ancient art and artifacts.

Yes, You Can Identify Counterfeit Artifacts

Posted by Sadigh Gallery on 8/11/2014 to Sadigh Gallery News
There is no doubt that collecting artifacts is a hobby fraught with risks. There are two main sources of these risks: artifacts cost a pretty penny, and, sadly, the current market is flooded with fakes. However, with a bit of training and common sense you can indeed identify counterfeits so that you will be able to buy artifacts that are in reality exactly that.

Latest Additions

Posted by Administrator on 5/27/2014 to Sadigh Gallery News
Our Latest Acquisitions includes various ancient Egyptian sculptures and funerary items, Greco-Iranian jewelry, Roman Jewelry, coin jewelry, Asian amber vessels and statues, insect in amber pendants, Prehistoric items - such as Homo Habilis and Home Erectus hand axes, digging tools and so much more.

Sadigh Gallery: 2014 Combination Lots Sales Flyer

Posted by Administrator on 4/9/2014 to Sadigh Gallery News
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The Sadigh Gallery

Posted by Abayomi on 1/25/2014 to Sadigh Gallery News
When it comes to fine jewelry, what is better than an authentic piece from long, long ago. Sadigh Gallery combs estates and collections from around the globe to provide you with truly one-of-a-kind jewelry that can’t be rivaled. All pieces have a lifetime certificate of authenticity and proper documentation regarding the objet d'art and the culture from which it arose.

Babylonians Said Noah’s Ark Was Round...

Posted by Sadigh on 12/17/2013 to Sadigh Gallery News
And speaking of ancient Babylonian clay tablets...one of them has recently been translated and the news is out: This tablet states that Noah’s Ark was not a traditional boat, but rather circular in shape. The tablet is approximately 3,700 years old, and it contains detailed plans and instructions on how to build the round raft, made from reeds.
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