The Valuation and Conservation Day is at Mosman Art Gallery on April 1, and will help raise funds for the Gallery’s conservation efforts.

Mosman’s very own antiques roadshow returns to Mosman Art Gallery in 2023 proudly supported by NS Audiology. Come along and learn more about your treasures with experts from Theodore Bruce Auctioneers & Valuers.

Verbal valuations and conservation advice will be provided on the day, including Decorative Arts, Silver and Jewellery, Australian and European Artworks, Books, Maps and Engravings, Asian Decorative Arts. Please note coins, stamps and Indigenous artefacts cannot be assessed.

Filming of the popular UK TV series Antiques Roadshow. Image: Unsplash

Past valuation highlights from this event in Mosman include:

  • An incredibly rare Tiffany’s opal and enamel necklace from the early 1900’s and designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany
  • Toulouse Lautrec lithographs
  • An original Picasso ceramic plate purchased direct from his workroom in Vallauris, France
  • Rare 14th century silk painting

The event is a major fundraiser for the Gallery with all ticket sales going to conserve the Mosman Art Collection, which includes some of Australia’s most treasured Australian Impressionist, modernist and contemporary artworks. Also included are past winners of the prestigious Mosman Art Prize.

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The Valuation and Conservation day raises funds to preserve the Mosman Art Collection

On the day, a pop up café will sell refreshments, there’ll be live conservation works being undertaken and classic Morgan cars will be on display.

Help preserve artworks by purchasing raffle tickets online for a chance to win great prizes including a night at The Albert Hotel Mosman, case of Godfrey Wines Alice 1 Shiraz, Fourth Village Providores hamper and voucher to Mosman Art Gallery Shop

When
Saturday 1 April 10:00 am to 2:00 pm

Where
Grand Hall, Ground Floor, Mosman Art Gallery

$20 members/$30 non-members for a maximum of 3 items. For bookings visit trybooking.com/CFAUN

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