Sculpture Appraisals - Online Expert Valuations in 48-Hours
Sculpture Appraisals

Our Sculpture category constitutes a range of different periods and styles. Ancient Greek and Roman, 19th Century European and American, 20th Century and Contemporary all produced sculptures that reflect the artistic style of the period.

Their value is not only dependent on the artist, age, or subject matter, but the type of material used such as Italian marble, bronze, gilt-bronze, terracotta, stone, plaster, alabaster and/or other metals in addition to the foundry that made the sculpture also impacts a sculpture's value.

If you'd like to get a Sculpture valuation from our online specialist, simply upload a photograph and tell us any other details you know about the item. 

Our Sculpture Appraisals team
Valuations Team

Our specialist in sculpture, graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 1997 with an MA joint honours in Ancient History with Classical Art, before joining Christie’s South Kensington where he worked briefly in the Oriental Works of Art Department. He then spent a year cataloguing the Paul Levi Collection of Fine Picture Frames, finally moving to the European Furniture and Works of Art Department as a specialist. He remained in this role for seven years during which time he concentrated mostly on cataloguing the monthly furniture and works of art sales. He also gained valuable experience in cataloguing collections and off-site house sales, including Chirk Castle.

Our Modern British Art expert is a former auctioneer and Department Director at Bonhams Auctioneers in Oxford. She is a History of Art graduate of UCL, and postgraduate of the Courtauld Institute in London. She worked in London for many years at both Christie's and Bonhams as a specialist and department director in the 20th Century British Art departments. She has travelled internationally to advise collectors and has a broad range of experience in valuing entry level to high end collections.

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