Category: Appraisals

Is It Old Enough To Be An Antique?

Like many words, we tend the use “antique” quite loosely. These days, we throw the term around to describe everything from two-year old, “obsolete” smartphones to the pro football player in the twilight of his career. It’s also sometimes a matter of perspective depending on the age of an individual. A teenager and have grandparents… Read more »

How To Keep Antique Furniture in Prime Condition

While some people leave old, antique furniture in dusty or damp basements and attics, others pay special attention to keeping their older furniture in prime condition, with the thought that it may be worth something to someone someday. Oftentimes antique furniture can be well-preserved over the years just by cleaning it once in a while…. Read more »

Hot or not? Is my artwork valuable?

Every artist would like to think his or her artwork is hot (valuable). Unfortunately, it’s not always the case. While we always recommend having any or all of the artwork appraised, we have compiled a list of questions, with the help of The Akron Art Museum, for you to answer before doing so. 1. Is… Read more »