By taking the Fine Art Auctions Course you are undergoing the first step in a career in the Auctioneering world. The areas covered are Furniture, Jewellery, Silver, Ceramics and Pictures.
This option is to allow you to view the course material, without needing to pass each module in order to proceed. You will not obtain a certificate by following this option, but you will be able to freely view all the course material. To work towards obtaining the certificate, click here >
You will be introduced to the valuation process by established industry specialists …
Furniture specialist from Sworders Fine Art Auctioneers.
Independent Jewellery Valuer from the Fellowship of The Gemological Association of Great Britain (FGA)
Silver Specialist from Lawrences Auctioneers
European Ceramics Specialist from Woolley & Wallis
Directer of Lawrences Auctioneers and member of SOFAA
Valuers who specialise in fine and decorative arts assess the market price of antiques and collectables for clients. These can include items such as paintings, sculptures, jewellery, porcelain, books and furniture.
You will learn the basic knowledge of how to examine an item to discover:
* Valuation Figure
A valuer must have an appreciation of an item’s aesthetic, cultural and social importance, together with in-depth knowledge of the current and future market trends for particular pieces, periods or categories of items.
This course will give the initial guidance suitable for those starting out in an auctioneering career although it doesn’t offer a certificate at the end.
The SOFAA Training Lecturers
SWORDERS FINE ART AUCTIONEERS
FGA, INDEPENDENT JEWELLERY VALUER
To start / continue your course … click on the subject, lesson or assessment below.
- A Computer. Best as certificate download and print is available
- Course can be completed on mobile device also
- Internet Connection