Skinner is inviting consignments for upcoming 2019 auctions. Meet with Skinner experts in May for a complimentary auction evaluation and consignment of your American Antiques, Coins & Currency, Modern Design, European Antiques, and Tribal Art. See the schedule below for when each specialty department will be visiting your area. Appointments are required. Please register and a member of our team will contact you directly for an appointment time.… Read More
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Tuesday, October 23 & Wednesday, October 24 | New York City
The Asian Works of Art Department is now inviting consignments for upcoming auctions. Department specialists will be available by appointment to offer verbal evaluation and accept consignments in the New York office on October 23 and 24 between 10AM and 3PM. Please call or email to inquire about the possibility of consigning with Skinner or to set your appointment.… Read More
Kaitlin Shinnick, Senior Specialist in the Skinner Fine Jewelry Department, will lead off the two-day Jewelry History Symposium this week in Miami. The conference is organized by the Original Miami Beach Antique Show and held at the Miami Fair Expo Center, the two days prior to the opening of the show. Kaitlin will open the conference with what everyone wants to know, “What’s Hot at Auction.” Skinner is a proud sponsor of this fantastic event, for more details and a list of presenters visit the show website.… Read More
Internationally Renowned Auction House Expands with Florida Office in Coral Gables
BOSTON, MA – January 7, 2014 – Skinner, Inc. has named April L. Matteini as the regional director for Florida. In this role, Matteini will be responsible for developing new business, providing appraisal services, and managing client relations with individuals, fiduciaries, not-for-profit organizations, and museums in Florida and the Southeastern United States.… Read More
If you’d prefer to bring your item to an auction house’s gallery, don’t just drop by. Call first to make an appointment, to be sure the right specialist will be on hand to view your property. Bring all supporting documentation with you and tell the appraiser all you know about an an object — how long it has been in your family, where it came from, when it was purchased, who owned it, and how it came into your possession.
If you’re a collector of art and antiques or the heir to a family estate, no doubt you’ve thought about consigning some of that property to auction. So what might be stopping you? I’ve been an appraiser for over thirty years, and I’ve helped thousands of clients successfully auction their fine tangibles.