An antiques appraisal is to be held in Worcester on 27th June to raise money for St Richard’s Hospice. The charity event has been organised by Aspen Retirement so that people can also take a look at the new retirement development at Eastbank Court.
The appraiser is Henry Sandon, who will be recognised from his many appearances on the Great Antiques Hunt and Antiques Roadshow, both aired by the BBC.
Collectables and porcelain brought along will be appraised by the popular antiques expert, hopefully to surprise some of those who aren’t aware of the true value of their possessions. As Henry specialises in Worcester porcelain, it is hoped that people will bring pieces along for him to look at. The Aspen Retirement marketing and sales manager, Liz Herring, said:
“It’s a real coup for us to have Henry Sandon visit Eastbank Court and offer valuations as he’s a notable authority on Worcester porcelain. We hope that people will join us and help raise money for St Richard’s Hospice.”
The evaluations will provide an opportunity for interested parties to look around the new retirement development.
Although people may not be able to have their collectables valued by a celebrity antiques expert, there are experts based in Lancashire who are able to give valuations, including of antique furniture like Victorian balloon backed dining chairs . Preston has antiques dealers who are happy to discuss items with visitors and perhaps offer an idea of their potential value.
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