Galerie Eberwein has been dealing in art of ancient Mediterranean civilisations for 40 years. Antonia Eberwein, the daughter of the founder Roswitha Eberwein, is ensuring the continuity and future success of the business with a gallery situated in the Paris Saint Germain Quarter. The gallery specializes in Egyptian art and also deals in objects from neighbouring cultures, dating from 3500 BC to the Coptic period of around 1000 AD. Each object in the gallery portfolio is scrutinized for authenticity and provenance and has a dedicated dossier detailing history and cultural background, relevant publications and certificate of authenticity. A museum quality collection offers a wide range of high-quality objects priced to suit the pocket of the experienced collector, and enthusiasts on more modest budgets building up their collections. Close relationships with key players in ancient art world around the globe and an international clientele which includes private collectors and museums is a testament to the gallery’s reputation. As a members of International Association of Dealers in Ancient Art (IADAA), SNA and Verband der Kunst und Antiquitätenhändler Niedersachsen, the gallery exhibits regularly at international fairs including PAD, BAAF Brussels, BRAFA - Brussels Antique and Fine Art Fair, TEFAF, Antike in Basel, PDM (Parcours des Mondes), Bourgogne Tribal Show, Westdeutsche Kunstmesse and Kunstmesse München.