A Collection of Web Pages About Becoming An Antique Appraiser
A Day in the Life of a Super Appraiser
Read about a typical day in the life of an art and antiques appraiser.
5:30 a.m. Bruce Duncan, President of Chicago Appraisers Association, places bare feet on the antique Ferahan Persian carpet at the side of his bed. He pulls on his gym clothes.
6:00 a.m. His car pulls into the parking lot of the health club. He enters, greets Marcia, his personal trainer. Bruce feels he lifts more weight when he is trying to impress a young, beautiful woman…More at http://chicagoappraisers.com
Traits of A Good Antique Appraiser
The Three Qualities Every Appraiser Must Have – Riverfront Appraisals
When it comes to the valuation of real property, an appraiser can do the job poorly, or well. He or she can have two years’ experience, or 25.
The latest and greatest technological advancements can be used, or the appraisal can be completed using good old-fashioned paper and pen.
Appraisers come in all shapes and sizes, but three things every appraiser must be are independent, objective, and unbiased…More at http://riverfrontappraisals.com
Antique Appraiser Education – Schools and Certification
How to Get Certified As an Antiques Appraiser | Career Trend
Because of the lack of regulations, many dealers in antiques do appraisals and claim to be antiques appraisers, but they do not have certification or training.
Unlike real-estate appraisers, most states do not require a license to be an antiques appraiser. This is a perfect way for shop owners to make money, but they …
Because of the lack of regulations, many dealers in antiques do appraisals and claim to be antiques appraisers, but they do not have certification or training…More at http://careertrend.com
Becoming A Certified Antiques Appraiser
How to become a certified appraiser of antiques collectibles and memorabilia. Professional-level appraisal education and credentialing…More at http://asheford.com
The World’s Foremost School On Antiques, Collectibles & Appraising. Since 1966
Learn about the Institute, its accredited online training program, and why it’s been the world leader in decorative arts, antiques, and appraisal studies for over half a century…More at http://asheford.com
Trends/Statistics For Antique Appraiser Jobs
Predictions & the Antiques Market | Dr. Lori Ph.D. Antiques Appraiser
Collect What’s Coming!
When it comes to collecting works of art or antiques, my years of experience in museums and as an appraiser have taught me some important lessons.
My first bit of advice is to collect what’s coming. What does that mean? Collect those objects that are sure to be part of the next art or antiques revival. Trends are temporary, but history and the objects that highlight history hold their value.
It’s Cyclical Don’t you wish you bought up all that mid century modern, circa 1950s-1960s era, furniture that was so accessible and cheap in the 1990s-2000s?…More at http://drloriv.com