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Specialist in Silver

"I was educated at Sotheby’s in London, and have worked for 14 years at Bruun Rasmussen Art Auctions in Denmark both as an auctioneer and arts specialist. I have written three books and several articles on the subject antique silver, old toys, works of art, collectibles etc. For the past 22 years I have worked as a specialist on the Danish Antique Roadshow on television. I aim to give you the best estimate based on todays prices and demand for your particular antique or work of art."

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Describe your item and upload a few good photos of your item. It is important that we receive as much information as possible to give you the most accurate appraisal.


A qualified specialist will appraise your item

A qualified specialist will look at your item and make all the necessary research. He/she might ask you for additional information, but you will be notified by email.


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What is my Sculptures worth

A sculpture is a component within the broad category of Fine Art. Sculpture, like painting, is practiced by artists globally and has a long history within the development of art. Sculpture can encompass pieces from various periods and styles, including Ancient Greek and Roman, European, American and 20th Century Contemporary.

The value of a sculpture is dependent on the artist, date, and subject matter. Overall, figural sculpture with multiple components/figures tend to be desirable amongst collectors.

The material is also an important factor. Materials such as marble, bronze, gilt-bronze, terracotta, stone, plaster, and alabaster are common mediums and will dictate a range of values.

Another important consideration for determining value concerns the foundry where the piece was made. If a sculpture is associated with a particularly famous foundry, this can impact its value.

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