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Things You Need to Know about Art Appraising

What Is an Appraiser?
The legal definition of an "appraiser" is a person who is trained in research and analysis, is knowledgeable about the artwork being appraised, and who acts in accordance with accepted and professed standards of practice. Randee Miller of Fine Art Appraisals has 17 years of knowledge and experience working in the fine art industry. She is continually updating and perfecting her techniques and procedures for performing sound research and analyses to complete credible appraisals. She also attends continuing education classes hosted by trade memberships in the art and appraisal field.

What Qualifies an Appraiser to Perform a Valuation on Your Personal Property?
A qualified appraiser possesses vast knowledge and experience in the fine art market. He or she should have completed formal education in Appraisal Theory, Principals of Valuation, Ethics, and Art Law. He or she should also be familiar with the genre and type of art being appraised, as well as the latest practices and theories through continuing education and testing. Randee Miller of Fine Art Appraisals is a candidate member of the American Society of Appraisers and various trade memberships in the Chicagoland area. She has completed and was tested on all classes conducted by the society. She abides by their code of ethics. Her reports conform to the Uniform Standards of Appraisal Practice governed by the laws of our country.

What Is the Assignment Fee?
Beware of appraisers who charge a percentage of the appraised valuation. The IRS will not accept reports done in this arrangement. Fine Art Appraisals charges a flat rate for the self-contained report plus a minimum charge per piece so the fee is clear to all.

Contact Fine Art Appraisals in Prospect Heights, Illinois, at 847-259-3412 for more information about why you should choose our fine art appraisers.