This week’s parliamentary debate on the UK domestic ivory trade revealed some serious misconceptions about antique ivory and those who study and sell it
It’s time to acknowledge, once and for all, that bona fide antiques are simply not a concern when it comes to tackling the illegal trade in African ivory
Antiques dealers have cause for concern, but there’s also an opportunity to broaden the debate…
The Judges’ Lodgings Museum in Lancaster is threatened with imminent closure. It should be a source of not only civic but national pride
Banning the import of antiques will not help the otherwise commendable effort to save the elephants
Those complaining the impact on previous owners are missing the point
In Apollo’s June issue, Martin Levy discusses the impact of the proposed US ivory ban on the cultural sector
Items from the Tate, V&A and Ashmolean museum are being investigated by the Spoliation Advisory Panel: what is the panel, and what do they do?