There are 12 members of the quilt valuation team with many years of experience in patchwork and quilting. Many are award-winning quilters with national and international awards, authors, teachers, quilt show judges, professional long arm quilters and specialists in techniques ranging from traditional hand and machine patchwork and quilting to contemporary and art quilts.
To value a quilt, the valuation team members will closely examine the quilt and discuss all areas of workmanship, construction and materials used. All discussions relating to the assessment of the quilt are kept strictly confidential as is the determined replacement value.
The valuation is for replacement value. Each quilt valued will be issued with a certificate signed by 3 valuers. The certificate will give a detailed description of the quilt, the quilt maker, name of quilt, year made, size, colour, fabrics used, batting used, awards won, and the replacement value.
Quilt valuations are generally conducted monthly.
The valuation team will also travel to your local group both suburban and country groups. For more information, contact the Valuation Coordinator.The cost of valuation is $22.00 per quilt for QuiltNSW members and $33.00 per quilt for non-QuiltNSW members. An additional critique service is also available – this is $15.00 per quilt. The critique is a constructive document designed for quilt makers who wish to improve their skills. Bookings are essential.
For further information and application forms, contact the Valuation Coordinator.
There are valuation teams in every state in Australia. Contact your State Guild for more information about the valuation service offered.