It’s not often that we have the chance to hear about the people behind the antiques. Learning more about antique dealers and their own background and interests offers insight into their companies and their products. Recently, Ali Aboutaam was interviewed by J. Kunitz for an article entitled “El vuelo del fénix” published in the January..Read More
Prices differ considerably for Contemporary and ancient Syrian Art . The local art scene for contemporary Syrian art has, until recently, been controlled by the Syrian government. Now that has changed as the country’s economy has become more open and less government-controlled. Today, an increasing numberof Westerners seeking something different have been spending more money on..Read More
One of the many antiques available from Hicham and Ali Aboutaam at Phoenix Ancient Art is this thirdpcentury Bronze Figure of Serapis seated on a Throne. Serapis was quite popular during the Hellenistic period , with a large temple located in Alexandria and another famous one in Memphis. His successful cult spread throughout the Mediterranean..Read More
Antiquities dealers like Hicham and Ali Aboutaam, co-owners of Phoenix Ancient Art believe that dealers must change with the changing standards.
Gems sold by Phoenix Ancient Art span many time periods throughout history including the Villanovian Era. One such piece, currently on sale through the web is the Villanovian bronze figurine, typical of art history during the time.
Included among the 50 participating galleries is Phoenix Ancient Art, whose New York branch, located at 47 East 66th Street, is right smack in the middle of this year’s event.
Today, the purchase of antiques has a new face. As described on > CNNMoney.com, antique purchasing has become more mainstream. This is particularly true in America. While antiques have always been of interest to the highly wealthy, the antiques world in America is finding more regular Americans participating in auctions. Last year at Sotheby’s Antiquities sales..Read More
The Aboutaam brothers, Hicham and Ali instituted e-tiquities in May, 2009.
At Phoenix Ancient Art this kind of worrying is completely unfounded.
The Aboutaam brothers, Ali and Hicham have decided to launch a truly innovative method for people to acquire antiquities, through their computer.