Quality Art Appraisal Matters
Finding a qualified, independent, and ethical appraiser for your art work help you achieve your goals with confidence. The expertise, knowledge, and experience of an art appraiser you hire weigh heavily on the quality of appraisal presentation and the benefit of your intended use. As academics by training, certified art appraisers by profession, we are committed to the connoisseiurship of Chinese and Tibetan cultures, traditions, arts and aesthetics, and the fairness of valuation with all our specialized skills, such as Asian languages.
No art appraisal is universal. A designated art appraisal report conducted by a qualified professional is required to meet a specific appraisal need. A professional art appraisal serves two goals: 1) to provide the owner or the interested party with the information needed to understand and appreciate the art object in question, and 2) to help the owner realize his/her vision by proposing lawful solutions and tactical strategies. For example, if for elling your art work, you need to posses solid information about your art object and formulate an educated strategy for sales. Making a charitable donation or filing an estate tax, you need to follows the IRS rules for a qualified appraiser and presenting your evidence complying with IRS requirements. This is why you should commission an art appraisal from a qualified professional.
We tailor our appraisal report to meet your needs. We prepare each art appraisal report with expertise, due diligenc and care. Our appraisal report is informative and educational, including not only crucial information on your art work but also potential issues concerning your object. Many owners are overwhelmed by the unfamiliar terminology from the worlds of Asian aesthetics and modern art sales or necessary strategies to obtain an insurance policy or make a charitable donation, etc. By reading our appraisal report, you are educated and guided to approach either the most appropriate and relevant market place with a target in mind, or present IRS or insurance broker a self evident value conclusion with confidence. Our up-to-date market analysis helps you stand a much better chance of profit when negotiating from a position of strength.
We strive to understand your appraisal needs. While complying with the code of ethics in our practice, and conforming to the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice authorized by Congress as the Source of Appraisal Standards and Appraiser Qualifications in our practice, we provide you with candid advice that only benefit you and your art work. oWe are willing to run extral miles for our clients.
We guarantee that you are offered Art appraisal services of the highest quality. With a scholarly focus on Chinese fine art and Asian Buddhist Art, doctoral training on Chinese art in general, our knowledge of the Asian Art Market and Chinese Art Connoisseurship, as well as a mastery of a few Asian languages, such as Chinese (Both classical and modern), Japanese, and some Tibetan, we are competent to consult and appraise Chinese art of all categories, including painting and calligraphy, furniture, woodblock prints, textiles, wood/ivory carvings and scholarly objects (ink stones, brush holders, etc.), decorative arts (screens, jade, kesi tapestries), and Tibetan Buddhist fine arts (Thangkas) and ritual objects. We also possess adequate knowledge and skills to appraise some Asian art as well, such as Japanese prints, screens, porcelain and Asian Buddhist art.
We serve you to the best of our abilities. We treat every owner individually and provide original research about each individual object. Our work is based on years of experience in art research and appraisal as well as more than twenty-five years of professional experience with Asian art objects, doctoral training in Chinese art, history, and culture, and original scholarship. As academics, we are committed to all Asian artistic traditions, and dedicated to helping you understand and appreciate Asian art, particularly Chinese art.
We are committed to equip you with the knowlege and insights often possessed by a trained professional. Our typical written art appraisal report starts with an identification, description and visual analysis of your art work in its historical and artistic contexts, a proper ranking of the subject property among its equals, a diagram or chart identifying value features examined, and ends with our comments or concerns on the most appropriate market place for your property. The goal of our appraisal report aims to walk you through the appraisal process and help you understand the reasonings behind the final value conclusion. While complying with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice and conforming to the American Society of Appraisers Code of Ethics in preparing the final report, we demystify an art appraisal and explain the valuation methodoloy in plain language.
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