A product certificate guarantees you the ownership, origin and quality of the item. However, it does not include its market value.
An appraisal is necessary to identify rugs and answer questions about origin, age and value. It is performed for all kinds of new and antique rugs and includes structural analysis, identifying images and current market or insurance replacement value. Moreover, it does include conservation status and authenticity.
Nowadays, you will find lots of fake carpets so it is not that easy to distinguish fakes from real ones, but we can deal with this type of situation.
Rugs may vary in price for a lot of reasons. It is important to know the true value of the product you have chosen or you're about to choose. This response is vital in a continually evolving market.
You must not forget that an appraisal is seriously recommended before making a purchase.
Furthermore, the changing value over time means that an updated appraisal is helpful to insure that your investment rugs are well protected. It's really worth it.
Insurance companies are likely to demand this document in the event of theft, damage or accident. We do provide both extrajudicial appraisals, such as preventive expert testimonial (if requested), or judicial ones in civil court cases. They help all parties in a more smooth and transparent resolution.
Also, within this context they are certified by a technical-legal consultant.
Our professionals are highly trained and skilled in making this type of assessment. Contact us for a free quote.
Email us good photographs of your rugs and we will be happy to carry out an evaluation of them with no obligation.