News-Antique.com - Jan 18,2011 - The Appraiser Workshops Fine and Decorative Arts Market Confidence Survey targeted valuers of personal property, including appraisers, dealers and auction house specialists. The survey asked these experts their confidence level of positive, negative or neutral in 14 fine and decorative arts market sectors.
Available for free download at http://bit.ly/eFJW48
The results are in and have been tabulated and charted. The results compare, in bar chart form the differences and the changes from the October 2010 survey of three months ago.
The Fine and Decorative Arts Market Survey is a very beneficial and important tool for appraisers, dealers and auction house specialists. The results of the survey allows valuers to not only discuss, but to reference the survey results when justifying current market conditions and trends for the fine and decorative arts.
The survey categories include:
Fine Art Upper Market
Fine Art Middle Market
Asian Art Upper Market
Asian Art Middle Market
Furniture and Decorative Arts Upper Market
Furniture and Decorative Art Middle Market
Ancient and Ethnographic Upper Market
Ancient and Ethnographic Middle Market
Textiles Upper Market
Textiles Middle Market
Silver Upper Market
Silver Middle Market
The survey also includes sectors for future expectations of Fine Art and Furniture and Decorative Arts.
The Survey results and report are free and available for download, in a PDF file, at http://bit.ly/eFJW48
When using the results in reports, please reference the Appraiser Workshops Fine and Decorative Arts Market Confidence Survey, and the appropriate report date.
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