The Dutch Art Property Collection (Nederlands Kunstbezit-collectie or NK-collectie for short) is a special part of the Dutch State Collection consisting mainly of artworks that were recuperated after the war by the allies. Currently, the collection consists of around 3800 works of cultural value, such as paintings, ceramics, furniture and silverwork. Custodian of the NK-collection is the Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed (RCE).