Pollon Art offers comprehensive art appraisal services for personal property in the areas of Australian Aboriginal art including paintings, bark paintings, sculpture, carvings, works on paper, weavings and other material.
Appraisals prepared by Pollon Art Director, Miriam Grundy, comply with the highest standards in the field, known as Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice, or USPAP. All appraisals adhere to the strict code of professionalism and ethics set out by USPAP. The IRS will only accept estate and donation appraisals prepared by a USPAP qualified appraiser, defined in IRS publication 561 as an individual who has earned an appraisal designation from a recognized professional appraiser organization for demonstrated competency in valuing the type of property being appraised.
Pollon Art can perform appraisals for Australian Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian art for the following purposes:
- Charitable contributions and gifts
- Fine art insurance
- Damage and loss insurance claims
- Estate tax liability
- Disposition of collections or individual works
Contact Miriam at Pollon Art to find out more about appraisal services.