KDB supporters encouraged to bring in their heirlooms and keepsakes for professional appraisal at the Antique Road Extravaganza
Durham, NC – (September 9, 2016) – Are you a fan of PBS’s Antiques Roadshow? Ever wonder what your own heirlooms and keepsakes are worth? Come find out on Saturday, September 17th. Carillon Assisted Living of Durham is hosting an Antique Road Extravaganza that will directly benefit Keep Durham Beautiful beautification programs. Professional antique appraisers will be on site to evaluate your items and there will be old-time refreshments to enjoy while learning more about Keep Durham Beautiful programs.
Antique Road Extravaganza
Saturday, September 17, 2016
1:00 – 4:00 PM
4713 Garrett Road
$10 in advance/ $25 at the door
What to bring:
• Antiques and collectables
• Jewelry, silver, porcelain, glass
• Prints and artwork (some exclusions apply-call first)
• Small vintage furnishings
• Photos of large or heavy furniture (photos must be clear, recent, and taken from multiple angles)
What not to bring:
• Weapons of any kind
• Gold or gems
• Coins or coin collections
• Stamps or stamp collections
• Sports memorabilia
Advanced tickets are $10 per item to be evaluated and $25 at the door. Limit of two tickets per person. Advanced tickets are available through Carillon and Keep Durham Beautiful.
Keep Durham Beautiful
2011 Fay Street
Durham, NC 27705
For more information and questions regarding items that eligible for appraisal, call: 919-808-1007.
Please note that the last admittance for appraisals is 3:30pm and appraisals will be verbal, fair market evaluations only; no written appraisals for insurance or other purposes will be given.
About Keep Durham Beautiful
Keep Durham Beautiful is a nonprofit, volunteer organization working in partnership with the City of Durham General Services Department and Durham County to encourage residents, businesses, and community organizations to protect the environment and enhance the appearance of Durham through cleanup events, beautification projects, waste reduction, and educational activities. To learn more, visit the website, like on Facebook, and follow on Instagram, flickr, and Twitter.