The Big Apple is home to some of the richest and most glamorous people on Earth. There are many places in New York where the rich and famous can be spotted and one of those places is Sotheby’s.
Sotheby’s has been in business since 1744 and is one of the world leaders in high end auctioned merchandise. It’s New York City office opened in 1955. The merchandise comes in the form of art, antiques and luxury properties.
Based in New York City, Sotheby’s has branches in all of the world’s major cities and is top-of-mind when it comes to luxury items and properties. The goods range from art, literature and fashion, to jewellery, art, stamps and wine. All of the world’s top collectibles are available at Sotheby’s. Even if these products seem out of the general vacationer’s range of pocket, there is no reason why a visit to Sotheby’s, to witness one of the incredible auctions, should not be on the itinerary.
Sotheby’s possesses the understated magic of finesse and quality that most other companies can only dream of attaining – and built on over 250 years of history, their competitors have a lot of catching up to do.