Melvil said:By which I mean, a piece of artwork...
Personally I get the shivers whenever I pay more than £100, though I know of people who happily spend £1000's.
Has anyone here seen a bit of art, swallowed and handed over their credit card/house etc?
groan(ish!) - funny you should say that, I saw a Rembrandt self portrait yesterday in a museum...absolutely superb, I can see what all the fuss is about.mr_hippo said:My great grandfather owned an original Rembrandt and an original Stradivarius but Rembrandt made lousy violins and Stradivarius couldn't paint!
Actually I wouldn't consider the piece I was thinking about as art either. It was a £600ish engagement ring, which really was just an expensive sticking plaster for a failing relationship. Probably more fashion than art.Melvil said:<snob>Not the Ratners kind/</snob> but I certainly think of good jewellery as art - go on then, tell us!
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