Unearth your hidden treasures and have them valued by the experts!

The Scottish Antique and Arts Centre’s Charity Valuation Days

Various Dates in 2018


The Scottish Antique and Arts Centre

Perth and Kinross
PH14 9SJ
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Unearth your hidden treasures and have them valued by the experts!

The popular Valuation days continue at the Abernyte Centre, with the following programme for 2018:


  • Thursday 19th July – Jewellery
  • Thursday 20th September – Ceramics and Silver
  • Thursday 18th October – Jewellery

Resident experts will cast their eye over your items and give a verbal valuation.

So if you’ve got a family heirloom, a cherished memento, or that framed picture that’s been in the loft for years, dig them out and come along!

  • The day runs from 10-30am until 3pm and no booking is required.
  • £3 per item with a maximum of 4 per person.
  • For all enquiries please call 01828 686401

When you visit, why not browse through our vast  selection of antiques and collectibles which are complimented by carefully chosen contemporary gifts, furniture, home accessories, a tempting Food Hall, and quality brands of ladies clothing. 

Early birds can enjoy a delicious Breakfast in Café Circa, served until 11-30am or maybe just a coffee and some mouth- watering cakes.

All proceeds from the day will go to Chest, Heart and Stroke Scotland, the chosen charity for 2018.

CHSS are Scotland's health charity, helping people live longer, stronger lives. Their mission is to improve the quality of life for people in Scotland affected by chest, heart and stroke illness, through medical research, influencing public policy, advice and information and support in the community.

  • Coronary heart disease is one of Scotland's biggest killers
  • Stroke is the main cause of disability in the community
  • Chest illnesses of various kinds are the biggest single reason people use the health service.

CHSS also fund research into all aspects of prevention, diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and the social impact of chest heart and stroke illness, and their current programme is worth more than £1 million.

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