Have you ever wondered what your treasured belongings may be worth? On May 21 at the Scioto Country Club, our members and guests learned that and more at our Annual Meeting. Our special guest was Garth's Auctioneers and Appraisers, the state's oldest premier auction house. The event kicked-off with a half hour lecture titled "Family Heirlooms & Fabulous Finds: How to Tell Your Treasure From Trash" by Garth's President, Amelia Jeffers. The talk explored buying and selling antiques, managing personal collections and preserving our cultural history.
Following the lecture, Jeffers evaluated and provided verbal appraisals of American & European furniture, paintings, prints, pottery, glass, porcelain, textiles, firearms, bladed weapons, collectibles, fine & vintage jewelry, silver, coins, as well as Asian Art.
Garth's Auctions has been a national force in the world of antiques and fine art since it was founded in 1954. The Jeffers are the among the youngest owners of a national auction house and their cutting edge marketing strategies bring international attention to Central Ohio.