WELCOME TO PREMIUM ART MUSEUM

ABOUT US

 
Our prestigious gallery was created to source for, collect, preserve, protect and distribute Ancient African works of Art and Real African Tribal Relics. Each of our pieces are a 100% genuine and are at least 50 years old, thereby qualifying them all as antiquities. We source for, collect, preserve, showcase and distribute rare and exquisite works of art originating from several countries and regions across Africa through a very dedicated crew. 
  
Our aim in general is to source for, collect, preserve, protect, showcase and re-distribute Ancient African Art and Antiquities. We equally focus on raising awareness worldwide relating to the priceless nature of Ancient African works of Art and Antiquities, and the need to jealously protect and preserve such works.
 
Our museum at this moment already boasts a healthy and vibrant database of over 85 very rare and priceless genuine African work of Art and Antiquities, as well as 35 other unique pieces under the process of transformation and preservation for purposes of showcase and distribution. All our pieces are indeed unique, genuine and acquired through a network of very organised dealers which ensures that all pieces are a 100% genuine and totally conflict free.
 
Our museum is run and maintained by a dedicated and committed crew of 15 members of our organisation who share a similar passion and interest in the collection, preservation and re-distribution of Ancient African works of Art and Antiquities. Equally we have an additional mobile crew which is mostly engaged in the hosting of events, showcase, exhibitions and auctions.
 
We as an organisation are actively involved in the sensitization of individuals, groups and nations on the immense wealth that exists in the protection and preservation of Ancient African works of Art and Antiquities. We equally do our best to discourage smugglers and forgeries, while maintaining national legacies in their regions of origin. We equally provide capital by way of periodic donations of cash and implements to encourage the production of many more works of art so that the cycle is never broken.