With the United Kingdom and European Union reaching an agreement on a post-Brexit trade deal just before Christmas, the art and antiques industry finally received some clarity on what the UK's relationship with the EU would look like and how this may impact the market. Here's what you need to know and what the biggest impacts have been so far.
With the Brexit deadline nearing, our team is answering frequently asked questions from our clients about what they can expect in a post-Brexit world. We will continue to answer FAQs here until the terms of the negotiations have been settled.
The UK Government is set to formally exit the European Union on January 31st. We share the latest on Brexit, and the implications for the art market.
Despite the British government’s unwavering optimism, a “No Deal” Brexit is looking increasingly likely. If a “No Deal” Brexit is realized, what will it mean for the movement of art and antiques between the UK and the EU?
The latest Brexit debate has centered around what type of customs arrangement the UK will have with the EU in a post-Brexit world. In this post, we explain the options on the table and how they might effect processes and legalities for shipping commercial goods in between the two entities.