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Kellie Seltzer, Director of Marketing

Checking Up, Checking In & Checking Out Your Auction Firm

I work with collectors from all over the country. Many of the folks I meet tell me they just don't know how to compare auction and appraisal services. Do you choose the firm who offers the highest values when evaluating your items? Clearly, high values could simply be a tool for luring business. Do you go with the cheapest? Lower fees definitely do not mean highest return. What is the saying? You get what you pay for? I always recommend that my potential sellers visit us for an auction, or - at the very least - check out our website before, during and after an auction. And then, I often give a list of other auction house options and encourage them to do the same with those companies. Why? Y

Two Single-Owner Sessions Lead Garth’s July 24-25 Auction

Delaware, Ohio – On Friday July 24th and Saturday, July 25th Garth’s Auctioneers and Appraisers will hold a two-day European, Asian & American Furniture & Decorative Art including 20th Century Design and Jewelry auction. Friday will begin with 314 lots from the collections of the late Shirley McGill of Geneva, Illinois and the lifetime collection of Tom Glass of Columbus Ohio. A respected antiques dealer for over thirty years, Shirley McGill had worked with Garth’s on behalf of many clients throughout a long relationship with the firm. “I always knew a call from Shirley meant I was going to have a great day,” comments Garth’s President, Amelia Jeffers. “Shirley had a fantastic eye and helped

Curating a Lifestyle: An Interview with Collector, Ron Pizzuti

Ron Pizzuti is not easily intimidated. A successful real estate developer, Pizzuti possesses the perfect combination of tenacity and charm, with a straightforward nature that quickly fosters a sense of familiarity; traits that have undoubtedly contributed to the tremendous growth and reach of the company he founded nearly 40 years ago. However, the notoriously tough real estate industry, Pizzuti learned long ago, has nothing on the art world. From his earliest days in development, Pizzuti traveled - a lot. “I got tired of going to bars and cathedrals,” Ron says with a smile. “So, I wandered into a museum while on a trip to Europe.” He loved that first experience so much, Pizzuti started expl

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