Bring your keepsakes, small antiques, jewelry, books, silver and fine art for evaluation by a bevy of expert appraisers.
Admission is $30 and will provide you with a confirmed consultation and verbal appraisal for a maximum of 3 items.

We strongly suggest that you purchase tickets ahead of time and schedule an appointment by calling 631-353-1489.

Parking will be available in the lot behind the First Presbyterian Church, adjacent to St. Ann's on Main Street

St. Ann's is thrilled to welcome the celebrated appraisers listed below:

Robert Barker, L.I. Tag Sales

Robert Barker is a Certified Antique Appraiser with 20 years experience. He graduated from the appraisal study program at N.Y.U. Robert participates in quality antique shows in the Northeastern U.S. and has done the Atlanta Market for the last 10 years. He has worked as a researcher at a major New York Auction House. Since 1991 he has been buying antiques full time, been running successful tag sales for 25 years, and has done hundreds of sales throughout Long Island selling furniture, fine art, silver, and collectibles. He has two additional auction galleries in New Oxford, Pa and Stamford, Ct. You can email him at rbarker2@nyc.rr.com.

Leonard Davenport, Leonard Davenport Fine Arts

After thirty years of concentrating on Asian and Pacific Art concentrating on Japan, for the last twenty years Leonard Davenport Fine Arts turned its focus to American Post-War Ceramics, Paintings, Decorative Art and Ab Ex art. They have also built up an extensive inventory of 20th Century paintings and can also buy single objects or entire estates.

Marsha Malinowski, Marsha Malinowski Fine Books and Manuscripts, LLC

Seen on Antiques Roadshow, Marsha Malinowski is Sotheby's expert in European and literary manuscripts. She received her bachelor's degree in French and Latin from Wellesley College and a master's degree in Italian Renaissance History from Brown University. While pursuing her master's degree and preparing for her doctorate at Brown University, she held the positions of Exhibition Coordinator and Consultant at the John Carter Brown Library and Teaching Assistant in European History. Proficient in French, Latin, Italian, Spanish and Polish, Ms. Malinowski's knowledge of languages is further enhanced by her background in paleography and European cultural history.

Kevin L. Tierney

Born in Middlesex, England and a graduate of Oxford, Kevin Tierney joined Sotheby's, London, 1964, in the Silver Department, and transferred in 1968 to Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York where he became a vice president of the silver, objects of vertu, and watch departments. He has appeared on Antiques Road Show, lectured in many institutions in the U.S. and Mexico and participated in numerous Heirloom Discovery Days. Under his supervision Sotheby's New York holds the auction record for European Silver in the form of a Tureen by Thomas Germain, Paris, which sold for $10,300,000 and the record for American silver in the form of a two- handled paneled Bowl by Cornelius Kierstede, New York, circa 1710, $5,800,000. In 2009 he became a consultant to Sotheby's while opening a business: Kevin L.Tierney Antiques.

Terry Wallace, Wallace Gallery, East Hampton

Terry Wallace has owned Wallace Gallery in East Hampton for 25 years and served as guest curator at Guild Hall, Suffolk County Historical Society Museum, Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum, Montauk Historical Society and other museums. Author of over 50 art catalogues on a wide range of topics. Author of Caroline M. Bell and the Peconic Bay Impressionists (2006), Helen M. Kroeger & Otto J. Kurth; The Anchorage Studio and Peconic Bay Impressionism (2010) and Cappy, The Life and Art of C. Hjalmar Amundsen (2011) which was awarded Gold Medal for Best non-fiction in the Northeast by the Independent Book Publishers Association in 2012.

Gary Weinshank, Delage Jewelers

Gary Weinshank is a third generation diamond and jewelry professional. With extensive knowledge in diamonds, precious stones, and fine jewelry manufacturing, he brings 38 years of personal experience. Mr. Weinshank has been involved in numerous evaluations of estates for the purpose of insurance and sale and liquidation. He has mastered the craft of making fine jewelry and done large scale repairs on estate diamonds and precious stone jewelry. Delage Jewelers does a voluminous amount of verification and evaluation of jewelry at our beautiful midtown showroom. We pride ourselves on superior customer service to our private clientele, as well as displaying a vast inventory of exquisite fine jewels.

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