Patricia Jansma is a registered and certified appraiser of art and antiques with the Dutch Federatie TMV (Dutch Federation of certified appraisers, brokers and auctioneers in movable assets) and is a RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) registered and regulated art and antiques valuer. She is the co-author and editor of Federatie TMV curriculum for auctioneers.
The company provides independent valuations of art and antiques for insurance purposes; for probate in order to assess inheritance tax and family division; to prepare for a planned sale or purchase; for internal use; and for administrative- and policy purposes. Patricia Jansma also is a valuable advisor and sparring partner with valuation- and claims settlement issues.
Specialities: Dutch fine art 1800-now, the Dutch interior 1500-now, historical objects, large scale art in public places, and objects in the cultural heritage realm.
Larger and more complex projects I do with my company TAXATA.
International Valuation Standards (IVS) / RICS Red Book
When valuation reports are used as a base for financial decisions, additional assurances are needed to ensure indepedence, expertise and transparency about process and considerations. In these cases a more extensive format, based on the for the valuation of Personal Property / Art and antiques relevant RICS Red Book standards is appropriate when reporting. In the Netherlands valuation of art and antiques based on these standards is in its development phase.
Please contact me for more information.
The standard fee for a valuation starts at 121 euro an hour (21% VAT included). For large projects, and for reports done based on RICS Red Book standards a different fee applies. For appointments outside Amsterdam, additional costs apply.
For more information please call: +31(0)20 639 3300 (T) or +31(0)6 20 731 642 (M) or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Valuations are done in Dutch, English and Spanish.