The Ledger is fake, as was the junk on their website. With Premiere, it took me less than 5 seconds on their website to tell that they were full of crap. That aside, even if they did have any actual expertise, being an absolute nobody in the hobby makes a COA - at best - worthless. Avoid all of this.
Ok, thanks for the great feedback! That helps a lot.
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I am a little confused. You state that you specialize in high end decorative pieces. Decorative being the key word that sticks out.
Terminology like that, including your response to contact the authenticator (premiere collectors) on the authenticity concerns, leads me to believe you wash your hands on what you are selling as authentic and simply decorative in nature.
Is this correct? Do YOU feel any personal responsibilty to make sure what you are selling is legitimate and not passing the buck to another third party?
We regret the confusion. What we mean by High-End decorative items is that we don't cater exclusively to a 'collectors' market. Our exclusive signature collections are designed and/or acquired in a manner to appeal to modern decorative trends so as to be aesthetically timeless - Thus allowing those wishing to decorate their homes and/or offices with key conversation pieces to showcase their individuality.
As was stated in our previous response, we are dealers and not authenticators, therefore the amount of factual information at our disposal (Or any dealer for that matter)is limited to what is enclosed within the Certificate/Letter of Authenticity provided by the corresponding Authenticator - Which, unless 'Witnessed', is often limited to the authenticity of the signature(s) in question. For these reasons, should queries exceed our levels of expertise/knowledge, the most efficient recourse is to request specifics from the source directly.
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You succeeded. They certainly are conversation pieces here.
I hope you don’t collect Beatles. The new piece you have for sale is absolutely horrendous.
If you have no idea what you're selling, then you have no business in this hobby. But it's hard to imagine that given the utterly laughable nature of your "autographs" (as highlighted by Steve) that you're totally oblivious to the situation.
We regret the delay for our response however this was just brought to our attention.
We at RARE-T specialize in High-End decorative items - Most of which being RARE-T exclusives, custom made-to-order pieces, vintage/antiques and/or general 'rarities'.
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Those are the "decorative" items Steve.