Itineris Auction House’sARCHAEOLOGY Department aims at proposing a considerable selection of quality finds, whose provenance is ascertained by Archaeological Superintendents, to a varied client base ranging from young people intrigued by testimonies to their cultural roots, to refined collectors looking for original artifacts that are both historically and aesthetically interesting and constitute a valuable investment.
Over the years, the public interest in archaeological finds passed from being a mere curiosity for a niche to being object of a constantly growing collecting market. Italy played a definitely important role in this trend pleasantly surprising buyers with average market prices for remains that are much lower compared to other countries.
Nowadays purchasing quality artifacts in good state of conservation costs significantly less than buying any other branded luxury item, thus allowing people to enjoy the priceless charm of owning something that challenged time and endured dozens of generations before reaching us.
The Department is entrusted to Neri Mannelli, he enriches Itineris with his over twenty years’ experience both as an on-site archaeologist and as a pioneer auction house expert who leaded the first archaeology department ever created in Italy.
Itineris Auction House offers a dedicated evaluation service for insurance and inheritance esteems of private archaeological properties.