Welcome to Nicholas Muston Antique Valuations where we understand the various factors that can influence the value of your studio ceramics, including the potter, condition, provenance, authenticity, age, and craftsmanship. At Nicholas Muston, we specialize in valuing and assisting you in selling your studio ceramics.
Studio ceramics hold a unique appeal, and high-quality, original pieces can be highly desirable in the market. Our team of valuers is dedicated to providing specialist studio ceramics valuations, offering expert advice on the optimal routes to market.
Studio Ceramics Valuations: Our RICS accredited valuers offer comprehensive studio ceramics valuations for sale, probate, and insurance purposes. With a keen eye for detail, we assess the unique qualities of each piece, considering factors that contribute to its value.
Historical Significance: Studio ceramics have a rich history, and our experts understand the nuances that make each piece special. Whether it’s contemporary works or pieces from iconic artists, we appreciate the value of studio ceramics as both art and investment.
Market Trends: The market for Studio Ceramics is particularly strong at the moment and we keep abreast of market trends to provide you with informed advice. While certain periods may be considered peak times for specific styles, we recognize the dynamic nature of the market and the potential for recovery in value over time.
Why Choose Us:
If you’re considering selling your studio ceramics, a valuation from our specialists can help determine its potential market value, whether through auction or private sale.
We extend our valuation services throughout the South East of England, covering London, East Sussex, West Sussex, Surrey, Hampshire, Essex, Berkshire, Hertfordshire, and Kent.
As we operate on a commission basis, our motivation is to secure the best possible price for our clients. With an extensive network of private collectors, dealers, and auction houses, we strive to maximize returns on your studio ceramics.
For sales to collectors or dealers, our commission is 10% (excluding VAT) on the achieved price.
For sales through auction, you won’t incur additional commission charges. Instead, we receive an introductory commission from the auctioneers’ earnings.
If you are looking to sell or require a valuation of your studio ceramics, please reach out for an expert valuation from our RICS accredited valuers at Nicholas Muston Antique Valuations.