Bonhams Antique Appraisers Return to Redding to Help Animals

Shasta Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation (SWRR) organization in Anderson announces the return of appraisers from Bonhams Auction House in San Franciscofor a fundraiser from noon to 5 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 7 at the Mt. Shasta Mall in Redding. Private appraisals by appointment only on February 6.

Appraisers offer fair market evaluations for a fee to be donated to SWRR. If an owner desires, appraisers can arrange for a written formal appraisal for insurance policies, taxes or other official uses. Owners have the option to consign and sell at future auctions if their items meet Bonhams’ minimum consignment requirements.

Founded in 1793, British auction house Bonhams is one of the world’s oldest and largest auctioneers of fine art and antiques. Appraisers are frequent guest experts on the PBS television program “Antiques Roadshow.” Bonhams San Francisco appraisers are well versed in all styles but for this appraisal event, the appraisers will attend to the following:  Jewelry, Fine Art, Furniture & Decorative Arts, Asian Works of Art, Native American Art.

Tickets for verbal in-person evaluations go on sale at 10:30 a.m. in the Center Court at the mall on event day. Cost is $5 per item, five items for $20. All proceeds go directly to SWRR.

Shasta Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that provides care for injured, sick or orphaned wildlife until animals can be released back into the wild.

Call 530-917-0930 or email (especially for Feb. 6 appointments)

-from press release

-from press release
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