For over 35 years, we’ve been discovering the value of objects by uncovering their stories. While it takes us only a few minutes to determine if an item is authentic or fake, to appraise its value is an art form requiring years of education, hours of research and flashes of inspiration.

The short version of our story is that we’re master appraisers. We specialize in antiques, decorative arts and residential contents. And bring invaluable expertise to every type of appraisal assignment (including Insurance, Donation, Estate, Damage and Loss, Expert Witness and Litigation Support). Though Southern California is our home base, we practice our art anywhere and everywhere. To uncover more about us, read on.

The spectacular 17’ long wall of 3,000 red ceramic tiles was designed by mid-century artist Doyle Lane. Originally commissioned in 1964  for the Mutual Savings Loan Offices in Pasadena, it now dazzles at the Huntington Library.

The stained glass windows in the chapel at St. Catherine’s Academy in Anaheim were created by French master glass craftsman, Max Ingrand in his studio in in Paris.

The largest case piece ever created by Charles and Henry Greene was designed for Culbertson House in Pasadena. Completed in 1912, the home was the renowned pair’s last joint project.