Articles in the category of What is it worth?

How the Free Valuation Service Works

A forgotten piece of jewellery or painting in the attic? A vintage bag or family heirloom? Have you always wondered what your artworks and antiques might really be worth? Keep reading to find out all benefits a valuation service can provide you with.

Warhol drawing from 1956, same year artist's work was infamously rejected by MoMA, sent in to Barnebys Valuation Service

Sent in to the valuation service this summer was a delicate ballpoint drawing by Godfather of Pop Art Andy Warhol. Swann Galleries in Manhattan have consigned the piece for their November Contemporary Art auction. What is particularly significant about this 1956 piece is that it was drawn the same year that New York’s Museum of Modern Art wrote to Warhol rejecting his ‘’Shoe’’ drawing from their collection.

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Double Sale Success!

We had high hopes for the Mallams sale, in Oxford, on the 8th December, as two items sourced from our valuation service were going under the hammer.

A British Masterpiece: John Constable

We are very pleased to bring you the news of a fabulous Constable that was sent into the valuation service this week. It is an uplifting landscape scene, so typical of his works and comes with an original golden antique frame