The experts in this department are qualified in History of Art and have thirty years of experience in the field; they actively participate in several of the most important - both national and international - fairs and auctions in the sector: Feriarte, ARCO, Maastrich, Art Miami, Chicago Art, Olympia and Grosvenor London, Bienal in Paris…
VALUATIONS AND EXPERT ASSESSMENT FOR AUCTIONS
Ansorena offers a complimentary valuation and expert assessment service for jewels and objects of art, with no obligation, at their Alcalá 52 offices.
Ansorena will organise for authenticity certificates to be drawn up for those works that require them. All kinds of documents that the proprietor has regarding the piece will be received gratefully in order to help best catalogue the work.
You can arrange an appointment with our experts for a full valuation at your home by calling 91 53285 15- 16 or sending detailled photos to our expert's e-mail.
VALUATIONS FOR WILLS, INSURANCE, INHERITANCES AND DIVISION OF ASSETS
Ansorena has a valuation service carried out by their experts. Ansorena has carried out valuations over the past thirty years for both private customers and important collectors or foundations, banking institutions...
Said valuations can be carried out either at Ansorena or at a private house, headquarters, offices or institution where the goods are located, with experts travelling outside Madrid if necessary. You can contact the team.
Valuation fees are as follows:
- 2% over a total valuation of under €10,000
- 1.5% over a total valuation of between €10,000 and €30,000
- 1% over a total valuation of over €30,000
Comparative study with pieces in recent exhibitions, where this is possible, and of starting and sale prices at national and international auction.
Existence of more or less work on the market.
Format, technique and quality of each piece.
Curriculum and history of each artist: national and international projection, collective and individual exhibitions, prizes...
State of conservation.
Period of creation, particular interest of certain works due to possible historical, political or social connotations, or special mention of the same for having been the object of a plastic arts prize.