Join us for First Tuesday in Marlborough
Tuesday, April 2 | 1:30PM – 4PM
Specialists Michael Evans, Kaitlin Shinnick, Robin S.R. Starr, & Chris Barber will be on hand to evaluate items and accept consignments for upcoming auctions.
Experts Available in April:
Michael Evans – From the American Indian & Ethnographic Art Department, Michael is interested in appraising a variety of art, artifacts, and decorative objects from American Indian, African, Inuit, Oceanic and Asian tribal cultures. Skinner holds two live American Indian & Ethnographic Art auctions each year as well as Tribal Art online auctions and is seeking consignments for future auctions.
Kaitlin Shinnick – Senior Specialist of the Fine Jewelry department will be appraising Fine Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Gemstones and watches. The Jewelry Department regularly holds four auctions yearly and are actively seeking consignments of Fine Jewelry. Whether antique or contemporary, Kaitlin is excited to have the opportunity to evaluate and possibly consign your luxury goods.
Robin S.R. Starr – Director of American & European Works of Art, will be on-hand to evaluate paintings, prints, sculpture, and photography for upcoming auctions. She is looking forward to seeing examples by listed, sought-after artists, as well as iconic works of fine art photography from the 19th through 21st centuries, with market interest over $1000. Post-War and Contemporary Art is particularly strong in the current market.
Chris Barber – Our Generalist this month is from the American Furniture & Decorative Arts Department. He is particularly seeking folk art, American furniture, marine art, early ceramics, blown and historic glass, early metalwork, and early silver.
Skinner Marlborough Gallery
274 Cedar Hill Street
First come, first served. No appointment is necessary. Photos accepted for larger or fragile objects.
The next Skinner First Tuesday event will be May 7, and appointments are always welcome.
Limit of 3 objects per person. Contact Us: firstname.lastname@example.org