FAQs - Valuations

September 18, 2017

FAQs - Valuations

Due to the surge in art sales over the past few years we are sadly no longer able to offer valuations for artwork. Many collectors look for annual insurance valuations often for large portfolios. Accessing the provenance, and current values of art can take many hours for each work. It is sadly no longer feasible for us to provide this.

Generally the art market has been strong and we suggest clients look to auction houses and online auction websites to gauge current market levels to make sure that they are sufficiently insured.

Many insurance companies will allow for an uplift in the value of an insured painting automatically and we would recommend speaking to your insurance company about options such as this.






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