Artwork & Antiques

If you have a valuable artwork or antique, you can use it as security to obtain a short-term loan – easily, quickly and discreetly.

Simply contact us and forward us a picture of the artwork or antique, along with as much information about the piece as you can give us. An expert will value the item, and this will determine the value of the loan we can offer. We’ll then make an initial offer on the phone.

If you choose to accept the offer, we’ll meet at our offices, inspect the item and, if all is in order, finalise the agreement. Whilst still in our office, an EFT will be made into your account which will be available for your immediate use.

There’s no complex paperwork, no credit committee and no need for proof of income to obtain a loan against artwork or antiques. The process is fast, straightforward and extremely discreet.

We ensure that all artwork and antiques in our care are stored in a completely secure and appropriate location. Once you’ve paid back the agreed loan and monthly interest (which is charged in line with National Credit Act guidelines), the items will be safely returned to you in the same condition you entrusted them to us.

Documents required for loans on artwork and antiques:

  • proof of ownership of the item (preferably an invoice)
  • your ID
  • proof of address

Raise Capital From Your Fine Art & Antiques


Loan Offer
R180 K


Loan Offer
R350 K

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086 111 2866

or Apply online

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