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Ms. McClellan appraises many types of personal property, including antique and contemporary furniture, silver, ceramics, glass, residential contents, decorations, popular culture memorabilia, and collectibles. She also works with qualified appraisers who keep up in their specialized fields such as Oriental rugs and carpets, Fine Art, Gems & Jewelry, Coins & Currency, etc

Antique a work of art, furniture, or other decorative object which, according to United States Customs law, must be at least 100 years old.

Decorative Arts a general term which refers to works that are primarily utilitarian in form and function, but have aesthetic value provided by the design, decoration, or embellishment. Decorative arts include furniture, silver, ceramics, glass, textiles and certain other household objects, and exclude fine art.

Residential Contents these are general, all-purpose, everyday objects found in a home and include items such as kitchenware, furniture, linens, beds, appliances, clothing, etc.

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