Debating Damage & Loss: European Furniture
Registration Information
April 25, 2018 | 1:00 - 5:00pm
New York City


17th - 19th Century European Furniture

One of the most challenging aspects of appraising a damaged artwork for the independent appraiser is establishing the loss of value without the benefit of another colleague to act as your sounding board. This session, part of a three-part series, will serve as an open forum for you to make sure you’ve covered all your bases when defending your argument for loss.Hosted by Jennifer Garland Ross, AAA, and Emily Thompson, AAA, each afternoon will focus on one specific period and medium, with a special guest appraiser working in that discipline.

The group will meet at Fine Wood Conservation, where Olaf Unsoeld, will reveal his practice to remain true to a maker’s original intention while restoring functionality and preserving or enhancing a works aesthetic appearance.

Afterwards, the group will discuss various case studies and the different approaches to valuation that an appraiser must deliberate before finalizing a report. Send us your case studies before the date so we can have relevant and real-time discussion. We will treat everything with the utmost discretion.

Program Schedule:
1:00 - 2:00pm
Fine Wood Conservation
481 Van Brunt Street, Brooklyn

2:30 - 5:00pm 
Redhook Lobster Pound
284 Van Brunt St, Brooklyn

Attendees may register either for the series of three, or for one session.
Click here for information and to register for the full series
Click the sessions below for more information to register for a specific date

Wednesday, March 28 
Contemporary Painting - Oil or Acrylic on Canvas

Wednesday, April 25
17th - 19th Century European Furniture

Wednesday, May 23


3.5 CE credits each


Members: $65/session, $175/series
General Admission: $75/session, $200/series

Register online (at the top of this page); OR
by calling 212.889.5404 x 11 

All cancellations must be made a week prior to the program to receive a refund 


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