The Exquisite World of Masterpiece Antiques

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Starting in Linz, Austria and moving outward, Masterpiece Antiques has captured the world of antiques through a great deal of dedication, premium products, and outstanding experts. With his new platform, the young entrepreneur Stefan Uhlir has launched the international online market for premium restored and rare antiques from diverse epochs.

We not only offer our customers a piece of furniture, but rather a piece of soulful European history.

Despite a focus on the North American market, his company is ready to serve a worldwide customer base. From Baroque to Rococo, from Empire and Biedermeier all the way to Art Nouveau and Art Deco, Masterpiece Antiques offers extraordinary furnishings for exquisite tastes.

Taste and passion:

Over 120 combined years of experience and expertise guarantees the customer the highest quality, dependable implementation, as well as quick and reliable delivery via air freight. Specialized custom-built transport containers guarantee a safe delivery and the flawless quality of the articles upon arrival.

The young entrepreneur is proud of the excellent quality and functionality of the antiques collected in Europe. “Our demands are extremely high. We not only offer our customers a piece of furniture, but rather a piece of soulful European history,” emphasizes the manager Stefan Uhlir.

Selected specialists from Masterpiece Antiques restore the chosen pieces using the finest handiwork, resulting from centuries-old techniques and plenty of passion. Stefan Uhlir is convinced that “the customers acquire from us a beautiful and decorative investment, which brings great pleasure.”

The selection of unique and unmatched pieces is large: commodes, tables, chairs, chests, and various accessories delight the customers. Masterpiece Antiques combines the traditional art of the past with modern charm. The European furniture makers of the past centuries refined their techniques to reach perfection in form, function, color, and grain. This tradition of craftsmanship is one that Stefan Uhlir and his restoration team follow with conviction.

Furniture makers from Austria, Italy, France, Russia, and Great Britain were famous for their wonderful designs, carvings, and inlays. Among its portfolio Masterpiece Antiques has pieces from the 18th century that make every collector’s heart beat a little faster. Exclusive precious wood like mahogany, rosewood, walnut, or cherry were naturally chosen for the workmanship of these pieces. Uhlir believes that “the consideration of the provenance of each individual piece builds the foundation of a healthy investment.”

Masterpiece Detective:

The website delivers a special service for ambitious collectors, interior designers, and interested customers. With Masterpiece Detective the customer can easily and precisely place a search request. Masterpiece searches its extensive network and finds the customer’s desired masterpiece. Comprehensive background information regarding the origin and history of the piece of furniture, as well as reliable service, are the core values of Stefan Uhlir’s business philosophy. He emphasizes, “this service, as well as the quality of the individual pieces, distinguishes us significantly from our competitors. We wish to create a feeling of trust, with the goal of establishing long-term partnerships and guaranteeing the satisfaction of our customers.”

The new platform could be an attractive possibility for dealers and restorers to acquire pieces, since there are also unrestored articles available to purchase upon request. “We are widely positioned and can, with appropriate lead time, also process, implement, and deliver large requests.”

Upon request, the restoration experts from Masterpiece Antiques may be hired for exclusive projects and flown in to work on-site, transforming the valuable furnishings into exquisite masterpieces. This method ensures that the joy is timeless and the lasting preservation of value is guaranteed.

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