Similar to the popular PBS “Antiques Road Show” program, this fair is open to the public, and will utilize staff from Case Antiques in Knoxville.
Case Antiques is familiar with a wide range of items including art, furniture, glassware, pottery, silver, jewelry, military items, and quilts.
The cost is $5 for the appraisal of each item. The museum will also feature “how to” guides for keeping your precious objects preserved.
For Appraisal Fair registration guidelines consult the museum website at: livingheritagemuseum.com or call Mary Alton at 423.745.0329 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. (weekdays) or email email@example.com.
The McMinn County Living Heritage Museum is a private, nonprofit organization housing more than 9,000 artifacts in 30 permanent exhibits that represent the culture and history of Southeast Tennessee from the 1700s to 1940s.
The Museum’s mission is to collect, preserve and present artifacts, documents, and items related to the history of McMinn County and the region for the education and enrichment of the citizens of the region and the general public.