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the psychology of collecting

Roaming the isles of the San Francisco Fall Show, there is one prevailing emotion that almost all shoppers have in common – the thrill of the hunt. Fellow collectors are quite familiar with that feeling of excitement and anticipation that, any minute now, you will stumble upon the treasure that has been waiting just for you, that unique gem with perfect patina and a fascinating backstory. And yet, art and antique collectors are anything but materialistic adrenaline junkies. So let’s delve a bit into the psychology of collecting – what motivates us to seek out ancient objects, one-of-a-kind pieces, precious art, heirloom jewelry …

Continue reading this post on The San Francisco Fall Show’s blog here.