Providing Fine Art Appraisals For The Following:
Confidentiality requires that we don’t discuss Private Collections
Over the past 35 years, we have done over 40,000 appraisals.
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Appraisals include on-site inspection, investigation, analysis, and full description of subject property. Detailed research follows the inspection.
For estate, donation and even insurance appraisals, any reliable provenance (history and background of the art object including bills of sale), should be provided to the appraiser by the client. In all cases, the purpose and scope of the appraisal must be clearly defined by the client.
Responsibilities of the Appraiser:
The appraiser will provide the client with an original report and a copy which include the following:
A. Catalogue listing the items appraised, each with a monetary valuation.
B. A description of each item including all data necessary in the making of a valid appraisal.
C. Your appraisal is kept strictly confidential.
D. The appraiser cannot act as advocate or negotiator, and must maintain the objective nature of the findings at all times.
E. The relationship between the appraiser and the client must be based upon trust; the reliance of the client upon the appraiser to use the full extent of his professional knowledge and abilities.