Do you have a family heirloom at home that you can't quite identify or date? As part of Culture Days activities happening throughout Ontario, you're invited to a series of Antique Identification & Dating Clinics at the L&A County Museum & Archives on September 30th. Janet Carlile, accredited antiques appraiser, will be on hand at the museum to answer questions about your little treasures.
Four sessions are open to the public. Anyone who would like an item reviewed, please register your space. For those who wish to just to observe the sessions are welcome to attend, no registration is required. Details are below.
- Glass & China (10:00 am-11:00 am)
- Metals (11:15 am-12:15 pm)
- Toys (1:30 - 2:30pm)
- Paintings (2:45 pm - 3:45 pm)
Anyone who would like an item reviewed is asked to please register their space by calling the museum at 613-354-3027. For those who wish to just to observe the sessions are welcome to attend, no registration is required. For more information, please visit www.CountyMuseum.ca.
About Janet Carlile:
Janet Carlile is an independent accredited antiques valuer and appraiser. She has thirty years of experience appraising, inventorying and advising on fine art and antiques for private, corporate and institutional clients in North America and Europe. Her clients include the Canadian Museum of Civilization, Rideau Hall, the Redpath Museum, the American Embassy, the Embassy of Portugal, the University of Alberta and the court of Appeal. Janet is also well-known as a university lecturer, author, television personality and public speaker.