Do you have a piece of heirloom jewelry tucked away at home or other valuables just sitting in a safe deposit box?
Find out their current value by meeting with an expert appraiser from Rago Arts & Auction Center at a special evaluation day for fine, antique, and heirloom jewelry on Saturday, Feb. 16, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich
— This article previously was published by GreenwichFreePress.com.
Heading up the complimentary appraisals for Rago will be Katherine Van Dell, Jewelry Director, and Jennifer Pitman, Rago’s senior account manager for Connecticut and Westchester.
To make an appointment for an appraisal, contact Jennifer at 917-745-2730 or email@example.com.
Rago will donate a portion of its commission on property consigned from the jewelry appraisal event to the Bruce Museum.
Katherine Van Dell is a member of the American Society of Jewelry Historians and appears as an expert appraiser for the PBS television series, Antiques Roadshow, where she specializes in jewelry.
Jennifer Pitman is a 20-year auction veteran who writes a monthly column for WAG Magazine on the arts and antiques she encounters.
Based in Lambertville, New Jersey, Rago Arts & Auction Center is one of the 10 largest U.S. auction houses, with $33 million in annual sales.
As an innovative trendsetter with global reach in the international auction market, Rago holds auctions of 20th- and 21st-century design, post-war and contemporary art, 19th and 20th century American and European art, jewelry, silver, fine furniture, and decorative arts.
Rago’s Connecticut/Westchester office serves area residents selling single pieces, collections, or estates.
Experts from Rago Arts & Auction Center will return to the Bruce on Saturday, June 15, to offer complimentary appraisals of fine art.