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Five 2024 dates for FREE Valuation Days in the Cotswolds

Free valuaiton days in the Cotswolds

Unearth the hidden treasures within your possessions at the upcoming free Cotswolds valuation days, announced for five exclusive dates in 2024 as follows:-

Enthusiasts and collectors alike are invited to bring forth their diverse array of items for assessment.

Whether you possess modern or antique paintings, branded or antique jewelry, silverware, watches, ceramics, glass, Chinese and Japanese antiques, collectibles, furniture, militaria, gold and silver coins, or decorative arts, the valuation experts are prepared to evaluate and appraise them all.

Hosted at the St. Edwards Hall in Stow-on-the-Wold, the free valuation days promise an insightful journey into the worth of your belongings. Each valuation day runs from 12:30 PM to 4:00 PM, providing ample time for participants to engage with the experts and gain a deeper understanding of the value held within their items.

The St. Edwards Hall serves as the hub for this exciting opportunity to explore the significance of your possessions. Immerse yourself in the world of art, history, and craftsmanship as you connect with specialists who bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table.

Whether you're a seasoned collector or someone looking to uncover the value in inherited heirlooms, these valuation days offer a unique chance to meet experts in the field and gain insights into the significance and potential worth of your cherished belongings. Don't miss out on this opportunity to discover the stories and value behind your possessions on these designated Thursdays throughout the year.

Russ Gleason of Dawsons said:
“Following on from the success of our 2023 valuation days at St. Edwards Hall, our experts are thrilled to be back in 2024 to provide clients in the Cotswolds with all-important valuation advice on cherished treasures and family heirlooms".

Explore Gloucestershire
22 January 2024

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