Sat., Nov. 3, 2018 • 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
Campus Martius Museum, Marietta
Don’t know what that item your grandmother left you is or what it was used for? Often wondered if that knick-knack you’ve been dusting all these years is valuable? Should it be insured? Is it something to pass on to your children?
These questions and more can be answered by Andrew Richmond at Campus Martius Museum on Sat., Nov. 3, 2018. For a $5 donation per item (limited to two items), you may have your questions answered by a professional in the field of antiques and appraisals. All funds collected will be donated to the Campus Martius Museum.
Richmond, an independent appraiser and consultant in antiques and art, was formerly a vice president at Garth’s Auctions in Delaware, Ohio. With degrees in history from Kenyon College and American Material Culture from the Winterthur Program/University of Delaware, Richmond’s passion is the decorative arts of Ohio. He has lectured and published widely on the subject and has curated two major exhibits: Equal in Goodness: Ohio Decorative Arts 1788–1860 and A Tradition of Progress: Ohio Decorative Arts 1860–1945. He also serves on the boards of several museums and decorative arts organizations.