Professional appraisers will be on hand at the Museum of Campbell River Saturday

Antique and Art Appraisal Day in Campbell River

Have you discovered a masterpiece at a flea market or garage sale?

Does that unique painting lurking in your attic have a storied history?

Have you discovered a masterpiece at a flea market or garage sale? Is that antique teapot on your shelf something special?

Find out the answers to these kinds of questions Saturday, March 31 at the Antique and Art Appraisal Day, presented by the Museum at Campbell River and the Campbell River Art Gallery. The Appraisal Day takes place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Museum and will provide local residents a chance to bring their treasures to be assessed by acclaimed professionals. The cost is $10 per item appraised, to a maximum of three items per person.

This lively and informative event, sponsored by Re/Max Check Realty, is held every two years in Campbell River and always draws a huge crowd. Appraisals are done on a first come, first served basis and tickets are available only at the door.

This is a great chance to show your heirlooms and art to professional appraisers. Four specialists in antiques, collectables and fine art will be on hand to provide an informal assessment of a wide variety of objects. It’s the perfect opportunity to find out more about the history and value of your heirlooms and art.

You never know what fascinating information you may discover at the Antique and Art Appraisal Day, Saturday, March 31 at the Museum at Campbell River.

For more information, contact the Campbell River Art Gallery at 250-287-2261 or the Museum at Campbell River at 250-287-3103.