Fine Art and Antiques

Charity Appraisal Fair

Thursday, September 21, 11am - 4pm
Harry Bertoia (1915-1978), Untitled Bush Sculpture, Sold $28,600, June 9, 2017

We Know Who Wants Your Parents Stuff!

An Original Circa 1816 Lemuel Curtis Girandole Banjo Clock, Sold $61,360, April 2, 2017 An Original Circa 1816 Lemuel Curtis Girandole Banjo Clock, Sold $61,360, April 2, 2017
Register now to attend our Appraisal Fair on September 21st from 11am to 4pm at the Alexander Majors Barn located at 8201 State Line Rd, Kansas City, MO 64114 and get a straight answer to your questions. For a $15 donation to benefit Great Plains SPCA we will provide you with a brief history and an opinion of value on each object you bring. You must pre-register in order to attend. No walk-ins please.

Registration for this event has ended.

Forbes, PBS, NBC, The New York Times, CNBC, Social Media, even local auctioneers are all reporting “no one wants your parents stuff”. We disagree.

In May of this year, we sold a pair of chairs manufactured around 1950 for the equivalent of the average American’s monthly salary. In June, we sold a 1935 painting by Birger Sandzen for more the than the average American earns in a year. We know who wants your parents’ “stuff”.

Granted – common household items may be difficult to move. And common objects will suffer from the eternal laws of supply and demand, this is nothing new. But to say that “no one wants your parents’ stuff” or that your treasured belongings are no longer treasures is not accurate. The naysayers like Jennifer Pickett of the National Association of Senior Move Managers advise, “The kids won’t want it and it won’t be worth anything. You’d be better off donating it”.

We strongly disagree!!

Take advantage of our 30 years of hard work, our experience, knowledge and understanding, and you just might find that we know who wants your parents’ stuff.