Ancient Greek Antiquities. Baron Bornemisza-Thyssen de Kaszon opens Kallos Gallery May 15th 2014 in London’s Mayfair.

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Corinthian bronze Helmet 6th century B.C.. Courtesy Kallos, Davies Street Mayfair.London W.1.  As interest in collecting ancient Greek Antiquities increases, notably with the Russian collectors, a new Antiquities Gallery opens, May 15th, on London’s Davies Street, Mayfair.  The idea of German/Swiss Collector Baron Lorne Bornemisza-de Kaszon. 4 generations of collectors. His late father Heinrich’s  famous Old Masters Collection is housed at the Palacio de Villahermosa, in Madrid. KALLOS will only show rare ancient Greek antiquities, starting with around 20 prime pieces. Baron Lorne runs a Family business involving venture capital, & oil exploration. Christies auction house has brought its Antiquities dept back from Sth Ken.to Christies King St. & Rupert Wace Ancient Art moves to a 5 storey Grade 11 listed Georgian town house at 19 Crown Passage, SW1. KALLOS means BEAUTIFUL in Greek.

 

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