Our appraisers are accredited members of the International Society of Appraisers and comply with the educational and technical standards of the International Society of Appraisers (ISA) and The Appraisal Foundation.
We are qualified to appraise all personal property, specifically antiques and decorative arts, including 18th, 19th, and 20th century furniture, silver, porcelain, glass, collectibles, and residential contents.
We are required to study in specialized areas. ISA members are re-qualified every five years, assuring accurate, precise, and professional standards in the appraisal process.
Our work is recognized and accepted by insurance companies, banks, museums, state agencies, and the Internal Revenue Service. Clients include corporations, museums, universities, insurance companies, insurance adjusters, attorneys, moving companies, military families, and individuals. Our fees for appraisals are billed at an hourly rate.
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Meet Our Appraisers
Tiffany Blevins Beasley, ISA AM
Tiffany Blevins Beasley, ISA AM, is an accredited member of the International Society of Appraisers (Chicago) practicing as a personal property appraiser specializing in antiques, decorative arts, and sterling.
Mrs. Beasley’s education includes completion of the International Society of Appraisers’ (ISA) Core Course in Appraisal Studies, the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) course, and the ISA Antiques and Residential Contents course. She has also attended many lectures regarding the appraisal field of practice, such as the Expanding Horizons conference of the ISA in Fort Worth, Texas, in 2016; the New Orleans Antiques Forum In Their Hands: Creative Masters of Southern Decorative Arts in 2017; and The Whitehall Antiques Summer Seminar Series: Identify, Authenticate, and Value Furniture from 1740-1840 in July 2018. She has an active appraisal practice in Fairhope, Alabama. A complete professional profile will be included in the final appraisal report and is available upon request.