CKI Fine Art Specialists HK Win Picasso Etchings & Buy Affordable Masters


Collins & Kent International, the fine art investment specialist, has arrived in HK and they're offering one in five NecesCity readers a Picasso etching. With CKI in town you can start collecting works by the Spanish maestro and other Masters for the most competitive prices in the world today. Take Picasso's "Apples, glass and knife" for instance. One of a series of 50, the signed, original lithograph can be yours for just HK$40,000 - significantly better value than the ubiquitous photos of old Hong Kong that decorate homes throughout the city.

CKI specialises in pieces by The Masters including Rembrandt, Matisse and Warhol, and because they focus on original 'Works on Paper' - screen prints, etchings, lithographs and so on - they can offer an accessible entry point. After all, most of us don't have the luxury of putting an elbow though a US$130M Picasso like Steve Wynn. Poignantly, because The Masters' body of work is finite and always highly desirable, they offer investors steady growth as well as insulation from the wider economy.

On the other side of the business, CKI leverages this supply and demand dynamic through its corporate rental service. Essentially, you can buy a glorious piece for yourself but lease it back to companies through CKI for a guaranteed annual rate of return of 7.5%, all the while putting the cash towards a lifelong dream like wild boar hunting in Bulgaria.

To enter the raffle for the Picasso etchings and to hear more about CKI's dual investment/rental services, click on this link, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 3695 5200.

Partner Pulsit.


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