Luxury Assets UK

How Luxury Assets UK Can Swiftly Purchase Your Inherited Property

Inheriting a property can be a bittersweet experience. While it might be a testament to the love and trust someone had in you, it can also come with its own set of challenges, especially if you’re not prepared or willing to manage another property. If you’re looking to sell an inherited property quickly, Luxury Assets ...


“The Decline of Natural Diamond Prices in the UK: An Insider’s Perspective”

Introduction For decades, diamonds have been synonymous with luxury, wealth, and timeless beauty. However, recent market trends in the UK have shown a noticeable decline in the prices of natural diamonds. As a seasoned professional in the diamond industry, I’ve witnessed these shifts firsthand. In this article, I’ll delve into the reasons behind this decline ...


The Great Crash of 2023: Second Hand Car Prices Plummet in the UK

2023 has been a roller-coaster year for the UK’s automotive market. With the initial surge in new car prices due to increased demand and supply chain disruptions, a surprising trend has emerged: the dramatic crash in second-hand car prices. This unexpected turn of events has left many car owners and potential buyers in a state ...


The Unexpected Decline in UK House Prices in 2023

The UK housing market has always been a topic of interest for both investors and homeowners. In 2023, the market experienced an unexpected decline in house prices, which came as a surprise to many. This blog aims to shed light on the factors that contributed to this decline, its impact on various stakeholders, and what ...


Goyard the elusive brand

Why haven’t I heard of Goyard? Goyards understated opulence is a favourite of royals, aristocrats, high society and the elite past and present. The brands intentional lack of an online presence while other brands like Louis Vuitton were becoming more main stream has kept the brand exclusive and largely free from the mass replica market. Staying under the radar, ...


Garnet Birthstone

January Birthstone The name “garnet” originates from the medieval Latin granatus, meaning “pomegranate,” in reference to the similarity of the red color. Garnets have been used since the Bronze Age as gemstones and abrasives. Necklaces studded with red garnets adorned the pharaohs of ancient Egypt. Signet rings in ancient Rome featured garnet intaglios that were used to ...