Friday, 27 March 2020
Speaker: Janet Carlile
Lecture title: Is it the end of the Road(show) for Antiques in Canada?
From television, to radio, to columns in magazines and newspapers and appraisals, antiques have been part of my life for over 40 years and it’s fair to say over that time things have changed. In this lecture I’ll chat about appraisals but also about the world of antique buying, selling, dealing, the black market and auctions. We’ll also talk about insurance, selling, downsizing, and investing and where the antiques trade is heading in Canada, how it has changed and what the future holds- knowing there is a distinct difference in attitude to antiques in most other parts of the world.
We may even answer that ever present question, “what am I going to do with all this old stuff?”
Bio: Janet Carlile
Janet Carlile is an independent, accredited antiques valuer and appraiser. She has thirty years of experience appraising, inventorying and advising on fine art and antiques for private, corporate and institutional clients in North America and Europe.
Janet’s qualifications include a first degree in Canadian History from the University of Waterloo in Canada and a Master’s Degree in Modern Social History from Lancaster University in England. She completed the Decorative Arts Course at Sotheby’s Institute of Art which included working in appraisals and research at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.