Why does an appraiser request to review bills of sale and GIA certificates?

In most appraisals, past sale records will play a pivotal role in the appraiser’s research process. If the client can make bills of sale available to the appraisers, it reduces research time and therefore reduces appraisal cost. Jewelry appraisers can …
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What makes an appraiser qualified to appraise fine art, decorative art, jewelry and collectibles?

A qualified appraiser has an in-depth knowledge of the primary and secondary markets for the particular collecting style being appraised. He or she should have an academic background in the collecting category, as well as at least 10 years of …
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How do appraisers determine values?

Depending on the type of property and the appraisal assignment, Winston Art Group appraisers will use one or more of the following approaches to valuation. Comparable Market Data Approach – The most common approach for personal property appraisals. Value is …
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Does Winston Art Group appraise jewelry? Furniture? Wine?

Yes! Winston Art Group has specialists who appraise all types of fine art, decorative art, jewelry, and collectibles. This includes Old Master paintings, drawings and etchings, 19th century art, Modern art, Contemporary art, furniture, 20th century design, sculpture, rugs, silver, …
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