The following is a press release from .
Have you ever wondered what your grandmother’s silver pitcher is worth, or the clock you picked up at a flea market?
Learn the value of your antiques, when they were made and where they came from at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 3, in . Stuart Slavin, senior appraiser at Skinner, Inc., one of the nation’s leading auction houses for antiques and fine art and the only major auction house headquartered in New England, will entertain and educate you and your guests in the same fashion as the very popular PBS series.
Individuals are asked to bring one item to be verbally appraised by Slavin. Please omit coins, stamps, jewelry and musical instruments.
Tickets are available at Robbins Library’s Circulation Desk. Ticket prices: $25 if you have an item to be appraised (this includes a free spectator ticket that you will be given at the door), $5 if you just want to watch.