Quilt Appraisal Day at National Quilt Museum By Gerald Roy

Address

National Quilt Museum
215 Jefferson St.
KY
United States

Gerald Roy, Nationally-known appraiser of Warner, New Hampshire, will offer professional assessments of new and old quilts. Each appraisal consists of a description of the quilt in terms of pattern, fabrics, techniques, quality of construction, condition, confirmation of information known by the current owner with replacement value and an approximate date of quilt.

Date: May 19, 2011
Times: 9 AM-4:30 PM
Admission Fee: $50, pre-registration with $20 deposit is required

Contact
Telephone: 
270.442.8856

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