When:
17th May 2018 @ 10:30 am – 3:00 pm
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Where:
Scottish Antique and Arts Centre
Abernyte
PH14 9SJ Perth
Perth and Kinross
Cost:
£3 Per Item
Scottish Antique and Arts Centre: Charity Valuation Day @ Scottish Antique and Arts Centre

Unearth Your Hidden Treasures at The Scottish Antique and Arts Centre’s Charity Valuation Day for Pictures and Prints on

Our popular Valuation Days continue on Thursday May 17th with Pictures and Prints at our Abernyte Centre. Our resident expert for this event will be Malcolm Innes, who, for over thirty years, was one of the leading British dealers in Scottish, Sporting and Military pictures. Malcolm is now retired and is based at Kilspindie near Abernyte, and is happy to advise owners of pictures on restoration, framing, valuations and buying and selling at auctions.

So, get into the loft, basement garage or shed and see if there is a hidden Picasso, Van Gogh, Constable or Turner hiding in there, bring it along and find out how much Monet it is worth!

The day runs from 10-30am until 3pm and no booking is required. £3 per item with a maximum of 4 per person.

When you visit us, why not browse through our vast selection of antiques and collectibles which are complimented by carefully chosen contemporary gifts, furniture, home accessories, a tempting Food Hall, and quality brands of ladies clothing.

Early birds can enjoy a delicious Breakfast in Café Circa, served until 11-30am or maybe just a coffee and some mouth- watering cakes.

All proceeds from the day will go to Chest, Heart and Stroke Scotland, our chosen charity for 2018.

Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland is an independent Scottish charity whose aim is to improve the quality of life for people in Scotland after a stroke, or diagnosis of a chest or heart condition.

The impact of these illnesses can be devastating, and it is Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland’s mission to support people to shape their future and live the life they want to lead, providing support throughout their journey.  Across Scottish communities CHSS provides support groups, rehabilitation services, stroke nurses and trainers. The charity also delivers an award-winning Advice Line which offers professional, confidential advice and information. With supporters’ help and fundraising events and partnerships CHSS can reach more people than ever.