When Astor Services for Children and Families announced the 2nd Antique Appraisal Event on April 14, Hudson Valley collectors (aren’t we all collectors!) – marked their calendars for a homage into their past!
So what can you expect when you arrive at The Vassar Alumnae House? Well for starters we’ve got a hot list of appraisers — Nancy Freese, Estate Sales Service – Annex Antique Center, Red Hook, Jay Grutman, Rhinebeck Antique Emporium and Charles Glasner of Hudson River Antiques, Highland, NY to name a few.
And our appraisers are all thinking with anticipation, “what will the big ticket item be this year”, as they go through the process of examining our heirlooms, ready to give their verbal appraisal. There is no messing around here.
One of the drivers to this event is the “what’s it worth” factor, mixed with sentimentality – and there is no shortage of that. But let’s not overlook the real reason why you are attending the Antique Appraisal event. It is all about our commitment to a cause we care deeply about, Astor Services for Children and Families. By joining us next Sunday afternoon, you are partnering with Astor in support of their mission that– every child deserves a childhood!
Gather up your treasures, buy your tickets ($50 per person, $75 a couple) and come on over from 1-4pm. Have a drink and a bite to eat at the reception. Join in on the buzz about who has what, from where and how much it’s worth. It’s fun – and your treasures take over the day!
To purchase tickets and for more information, please click this link