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Useful Tips for Moving Antique in New York

Owning antique sculptures, rare paintings, and other collectibles is undoubtedly an honor, but it is also a responsibility that requires follow-up care. On the one hand, there is nothing like acquiring valuable antiques and displaying them in your home. On the other hand, you may face a real problem if you do not know how to handle delicate and fragile …

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How Do We Crate Artwork for Long-Distance Transportation?

Do you really need to crate artwork for transportation? Before to answer this question, let’s first find out what type of artwork you are going to transport and where you need it to be delivered. When it comes to the local relocation of your art collection, in most cases, proper packaging is enough. The same applies to small and mid-sized items …

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What Is the Safest Way to Move Fine Art to New York?

Whether you are a dedicated collector or you simply love art in any of its forms, most likely you pay attention to various creations by local artists when traveling abroad. What if you find something truly unique and outstanding during your journeys? How to move fine art to New York from another city or country in such a case? While …

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How to Ship Antiques?

Whether it comes to vintage furniture or a valuable set of fine china, antiques add both substance and style to a home. However, to find the right antiques is not that easy, and you definitely need some experience when choosing something special for your collection, especially taking into account all those fakes in the market. Moreover, even if you find a …

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The Best Fine Art Transport Solution in NYC

The transportation of art, antiques, and various museum exhibits requires the highest level of care, professionalism, and knowledge. It is no wonder that art business professionals and serious collectors work with only reliable fine art shipping companies and trained art handlers with extensive experience in moving, packing, and installing valuables and collectibles of any kind. Fine Art Shippers is one …

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Packing Tips from Experienced Piano Shippers

Shipping a piano requires basic knowledge of its working parts and also a delicate touch in order to prevent any type of damage during the transportation process. After all, a piano is not only a large and heavy item that is very hard to handle but also a sensitive musical instrument that requires special care and attention. For this reason, you …

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Antique Moving Tips: Depression Glass

Made using cheap materials and inexpensive process, Depression glass was not intended to become collectible. This molded glassware created in a variety of forms, from bowls and plates to the entire dinner sets, was produced by many glass manufacturers in the US and Canada during the years of the Great Depression. Moreover, in many cases, it was even distributed free. However, …

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Why Ship Fine Art with Fine Art Shippers?

When it comes to shipping fine art, no matter across the country or internationally, you have two options: you can do everything yourself, or you can hire a reliable company to handle this task for you. While the first option will save you some money, the second will save your precious collection. Which is better? Obviously, to hire experienced art …

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New York Antique Moving & Handling Tips for Collectible Porcelain

They say that if you want to keep your porcelain treasures safe, you should avoid handling them as much as possible. That’s true. However, even if your collection stands on the shelf, you still need to move it around from time to time. In this blog post, our team of New York antique moving professionals will share with you several …

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What You Should Know about Insurance for Fine Art

Whether you are displaying art, selling it, or you have just bought something for your own collection, to have valuable artwork in the possession is always a pleasure. However, it is also a big responsibility. So how to make sure your precious belongings are protected? First of all, never skimp on fine art shipping services in NYC or elsewhere if …

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