Next Chapter Event 

 

 

June 15, 2019

 

A summary review of the 2019 ISA Conference in Kentucky

In addition, contacts and resources from experts that can help you with your appraisals will be shared. 

 

 

Here are some of the highlights of the program

 

  • One of the most significant shifts within the broad field of decorative arts is where individual categories and historic decorative arts are being re-contextualized to promote contemporary lifestyles of these connoisseurs and collectors. The why and how!

 

  • A summary review of notes from presenter JAMES SUPP's presentation at conference. Mr. Supp is frequently seen on the popular PBS television series Antiques Roadshow and is a fine art and antiques appraiser based in Montana, specializing in objects of historic significance and from material culture. 

 

  • How can science move us past readily apparent identity

 

  • Rug identification and resource. This will focus on construction and how different tribes and manufacturers weave their rugs

 

  • The current Southern pottery market and attributes driving value

 

  • A very surprising and interesting presentation on the value of Bourbon. Does that dusty bottle found in the closet have collectible value or not? Helpful resources will also be shared as well as what makes some Bourbon more valuable.
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