Skinner is pleased to announce the return of Beth Turner as the Regional Director for Northern New England. She had previously been an appraiser in the Fine Jewelry Department. In her new role, Beth will provide appraisal and auction evaluation services and manage client relations with individuals, fiduciaries, not-for-profit organizations, and museums. She will advise collectors and consignors in Maine, northern New Hampshire, and northern Vermont.… Read More
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Guest blog post by Mary Curtis. Republished with permission from The Quill.
For the second time this year, the Pier Antique Show is once again hosting Appraisal Day on Sunday, November 23 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. All attendees, with a valid ticket to the show, are invited to bring one item to be appraised for free by one of three expert appraisers from Skinner, Inc.
This year’s sponsor, Skinner, Inc. is an internationally recognized auction house that hosts more than 60 auctions annually.
Appointments: 10AM – 3PM
Skinner, Inc. 130 Miracle Mile, Suite 220 Coral Gables, FL 33134Discover the value of your silver and fine decorative arts!
Reserve an appointment with Skinner appraiser Stuart Slavid, Vice President and Director of European Furniture & Decorative Arts, Fine Silver, and Fine Ceramics.
Fine Silver: American, English, Danish, Continental, and Asian silver including hollowware, flatware, tableware and ornamental wares
Decorative Arts: Fine American & European ceramics, textiles, glass and lighting
Reservations 305-503-4423 email@example.com
So you’ve stumbled across a dusty heirloom stowed away in your attic? Maybe you’re redecorating and can’t find room for your bronze bust collection. Or perhaps your grandfather left you with his fine collection of wine, though you’re much more of a beer drinker.
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.