Rebekah Jacob Gallery actively seeks vintage and contemporary, fine art & photography in connection to the American South and Latin America, particularly Cuba.
For over fifteen years, Rebekah Jacob has been consulting clients and conducting business to sell inventory with discretion, diligence, and confidence. We utilize private databases, a network of colleagues and galleries, traditional auction platforms, and internet auction platforms to broker art works internationally. We pride ourselves on our knowledgeable staff, knowledge, expertise, and an array of sales outlets.
If you are interested in selling an art work or a collection, please complete the form below or contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 843.872.6019.
CONSULTATIONS: BUY, SELL & MANAGE
Art consultation services ultimately are defined by the individual clients needs and desires - but overall, our consulting services result in building a collection or enhancing existing collections with the best investments and market value
Accessions: We source quality works of art, and have access to a multitude of important works and artists outside our immediate gallery representation
De-accessions: We sell quality works of arts for clients via digital platforms and databases
Market comparisons & analytics
Commission works for particular architectural settings
Curatorial services for residential and commercial spaces
Collection documentation via electronic software; access 24/7 anywhere
Installation and lighting
Shipping and transport
Storage, security, and climate control suggestions
Procurement of art insurance
Data and inventory management
Provenance, history, and literature references
Purchase history and related records, costs, i.e.
Additional services upon request...
ART APPRAISALS : WHAT IS MY ART WORTH?
An art appraisal is a written statement, independently and impartially prepared by an expert, setting forth an opinion of defined value of an adequately described property, as of a specific date, supported by the presentation and analysis of relevant market information.
Description of appraised object: artist, title, medium, date(s)/period of creation, signature, insciprtion, dimensions, etc.
Determinations of appropriate markets and market data comparisons
Major and minor auction histories pertaining to an individual lot (if applicable)
Provenance (history of the art work)
Fair market value, replacement or marketable cash value
Additional information: exhibition history, publication history, artist history, etc.
DAMAGE AND LOSS
SALE AND PURCHASE
ESTATE AND TAX RETURNS
PROBATE OF ESTATES
APPRAISAL & CONSUTLING FEES (SUBJECT TO CHANGE):
RJG charges approximately $375 per art work. RJG requires $150 per hour for travel time to locations outside of Charleston proper. These fees are subject to change depending on each project.
PLEASE NOTE: Consulting and appraisal fees are not based on commissions or percentages of items valued, the intended use of the consultation report / the appraisal or the financial outcome from its use.