Victorian Furniture Appraisal

With other assessment/appraisal services you may get someone who appraises beanie babies and porcelain reviewing your Victorian antique furniture. Here you will get an antique furniture assessment from someone that researches Victorian-era antiques exclusively.

What the assessment will provide:

Age/Date of Manufacture:
Victorian Period/Sub-Style:
Style Cues:
Attribution to maker (if possible):
Geographic Origin (if possible):
Which Reference Books Have Pictures of Your Item (if possible):

Recent/Current Ebay Prices:
Auction Prices (back several years):
Approximate Ebay Sale Potential:
Approximate Auction Sale Potential:
Insurance Value:

For an assessment of your furniture, you will need to provide as many clear pictures as possible. Send these photos to after payment. Please allow 2-7 days for the report to be completed. If you would like an express service (within 24 hours), please inquire via email to for accommodation.

The service fee is $39.00

Currently not available.

{ 9 comments… read them below or add one }

Kim Steinbruck September 10, 2011 at 7:31 pm

Is the $39 fee per item? I have several pieces of what I believe to be Victorian furniture that I’d love to have appraised – by someone who knows this period. Please let me know. Thank you so much.

– Kim


John Werry September 12, 2011 at 12:17 pm

Yes per item or per related items (matching parlor set).


Gina Dukes April 4, 2012 at 4:29 pm

I just purchased a Victorian sofa/lounger and was told it was used at a prop in the 1999 movie, “Three To Tango.” It is intricately carved with roses and grapes. I believe it may be a John Henry Belter piece. Is there a place on the sofa that a maker’s mark would be? Thanks.


Scott January 19, 2014 at 7:46 pm

Hi. I’m pretty sure I have a Merclen Brothers two tier spiral leg table. Did they have some kind of symbol they put on their work?


John Werry June 4, 2014 at 10:27 am

No they didn’t mark them


Lissa July 10, 2014 at 12:31 pm

Thank you I will take clear pictures and do the quote I believe fully that I have a beautiful R. J. Horner Chair…I have searched the internet high and low and cannot even find one that looks like it the carvings are beautiful! Thank you so excited to find out for sure!!


eileen massie January 6, 2015 at 7:36 pm

Have a house full of old furniture…not sure what it is but it is old and some may be Mallard (if family history serves well)….do you come and look at pieces for a possible consignment/sale/auction deal….I can send some photos of some of the pieces but we have not organized the house and a friend who deals with furniture took the pics with her phone a few weeks ago….have had one man look at furniture from Hunt Auctions who with no research did say pieces appeared to be from 17, 18 and early 19th century…family lore says armoires etc. were purchased from Rothchild’s and Stan Levy”s over the course of 100+ years but who knows….the deceased was 95 and some of the pieces were her father’s.


Jim Jacobson June 2, 2015 at 12:27 pm

Have a pair of beautiful Victorian, needlepoint,chairs from Mother’s estate. Looking for an appraisal for insurance purposes. Thank you.


John Werry July 4, 2015 at 8:41 am

Sorry, we no longer do appraisals


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