Antique Roadshow, Ebay, and Google, In today’s world, it is difficult to determine the value of a collectible or antique item on your own. That’s why it’s important to enlist an expert. You may need an appraisal for a number of reasons – to insure the items for damage and loss or to determine the value of an estate, charitable contribution, inventory, or divorce settlement. Not everyone who says they can do appraisals is qualified to do them. We are. Our rates are incredibly competitive. And, our appraisals are accurate, organized, and reflect the current market. If you need an appraisal, please contact us or visit our appraisal website at

Are you a charitable organization selling antiques or collectibles for a good cause?  We provide complimentary appraisals on your items. Plus, we will gladly help you price items, especially the ones you can’t identify. We can also advise where to sell the items for the greatest return. We’ll price and research your items on site or via email.   Just call us to set up an appointment.

Alicia Soukup was graduated with honors from the University of Vermont with an art history degree. From 1984 to 1991 she worked as a municipal bond trader for large investment banks in New York City. Eventually, she rose to become a partner at several firms on Wall Street, even starting her own branch office. Always a collector, Alicia decided to go into the antique and resale business full time.  Self-taught in many sectors of the antiques, and decorative arts industry, Alicia has become an expert though her constant research, exposure, and studies. Alicia recently attended New York University and is now compliant in the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP). This is a standard for which the IRS and the courts recognize to be proper and ethical for all appraisers. She has completed the required 14 classes at NYU to obtain her Personal Property Appraisal Certificate from NYU. Alicia is an associate of the Appraisers Association of America. In 2015 Alicia completed the AAA’s rigorous certification program, ” Appraising Household Contents.”