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Banksy and Breguet! Two rare investments for the Konvi community

Nikkan Navidi

Banksy and Breguet! Two rare investments for the Konvi community

At Konvi, we understand the dynamics of alternative investments and the value they add to our clients' portfolios. Our recent acquisitions, including the iconic No Ball Games (Green) by Banksy, through our partnership with TGB Contemporary, and the exquisite Breguet Anniversary Tourbillon WG, secured through our collaboration with the WatchFund, exemplify our commitment to offering rare and exclusive assets.

Understanding the Value of Banksy in Today's Market

Banksy, the enigmatic street artist, continues to dominate the contemporary art scene with works that are not only visually striking but also politically poignant. The acquisition of No Ball Games (Green) is particularly significant as it represents Banksyโ€™s distinct stencil style and his commentary on societal norms. In recent years, the demand for Banksy's pieces has skyrocketed, reflecting a broader market trend where art is increasingly viewed not just as cultural capital but as a viable financial investment. The appeal of Banksyโ€™s works lies in their limited availability and the artist's global recognition, factors that drive their appreciation over time. Our contemporary art investment expert, TGB Contemporary, has specialized in procuring rare art pieces made by Banksy. With their extensive and established network of collectors, enthusiasts, auction houses and alike, they have access to rarest art pieces from the infamous incognito artist, historically appreciating by 20% annually. In this article we delve deeper into the story of TGB contemporary and the investment potential of Bansky art pieces.

The Prestige of Breguet and the Luxury Watch Market

Parallel to the art market, the luxury watch industry has seen robust growth, with collectors and investors alike seeking pieces that combine craftsmanship with exclusivity. The Breguet Anniversary Tourbillon WG stands out with its intricate design and historical significance, celebrating the invention of the tourbillon by Abraham-Louis Breguet. It features a hand-engraved guilloche white gold dial cover with a porthole that subtly reveals the sophisticated silver dial beneath, adorned with Coates De Geneve stripes. The watch is powered by a manual winding tourbillon movement, renowned for its precision and complexity. Encased in a sapphire crystal that provides a clear view of the movement through its exhibition case back, this watch blends its tradition with an innovative case design made out of 18kt White Gold. The classic blued โ€œBreguetโ€ style hands and the solid dimensions make it a statement piece, while its 50-hour power reserve ensures lasting reliability. Valued at $160,300 this rare and exclusive timepiece offers significant investment potential for the Konvi community and its investors.

Synergies Between Art and Luxury Watch Investments

Investing in both contemporary art and luxury watches involves a deep understanding of the items' intrinsic and perceived values. Both markets share similarities in their economic behaviour, where provenance, scarcity, and brand legacy play crucial roles in determining value. For investors, these assets offer a hedge against traditional market volatility and an opportunity to hold tangible property with cultural significance.

According to the 2024 Knight Frank Wealth Report, art and luxury watches stand out as some of the top-performing asset classes in the alternative investment landscape, both over the past year and the last decade. These assets have not only shown significant appreciation in value but also offer stability in diverse market conditions. This consistent performance underscores their appeal to investors seeking tangible assets that combine cultural value with financial growth, making them particularly attractive in an era marked by fluctuating financial markets and interest in unique, non-traditional investments.

The current market trends indicate a growing interest in diversifying investment portfolios with tangible, culturally significant assets. Art and luxury watches offer unique opportunities for capital growth, with their value often resistant to economic downturns. At Konvi, our strategy focuses on acquiring and offering assets that are not only rare but also have a historical and cultural narrative that enhances their appeal.

Future Outlook for Alternative Investments

Looking forward, the integration of art and luxury watches into investment portfolios is expected to gain more traction. As more investors become aware of the benefits of alternative investments, the demand for rare and exclusive assets will likely increase. Konvi remains at the forefront of this market, providing our clients with opportunities to invest in assets that are poised for appreciation and offer a unique blend of history, artistry, and prestige. While watches and contemporary art play a central role in the alternative asset landscape other assets such as classic cars have also seen significant value appreciations in the past decade, leading them to be among the most popular assets among the clients of private bankers, wealth advisors, intermediaries and family offices (Knight Frank, 2024).


Investing in rare art and luxury watches through Konvi provides not only financial returns but also the satisfaction of owning pieces of cultural and historical significance. As we continue to partner with industry experts like TGB Contemporary and WatchFund, we are committed to enhancing our clients' portfolios with assets that offer both stability and potential for appreciation.

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