Bring an item and get it valued while enjoying Drinks Reception, a short talk from Thomas Plant and dinner in the Officers Mess, Denison Barracks, Hermitage. Thomas and his team will provide valuations during breaks between courses.

Each guest or couple is invited to bring one item for valuation. Guests will be given a raffle tickets.

During the breaks between courses Thomas will select raffle tickets at random to decide which items will be valued.

Once an item has been selected the owner will be invited to bring the item to Thomas for valuation. Thomas will invite the owner to tell the audience a little about the item before it is valued (in a similar format that is used at the Antiques Road Show). A camera will be set up so that the item can be displayed on screen for the audience to see.

Thomas Plant BA Hons ASFAV – Director and Specialist for Jewellery, Watches, Silver, Antiques and Fine Art.

Thomas commenced his career at Phillips as a porter, and progressed during his seven years employment there to become Head of Ceramic, Works of Art and Decorative Department. Following his move to Gorringes, he spent three years leading the Jewellery and Silver Department at their Kent Office and the Bexhill Saleroom.

He joined Special Auction services in November 2005, and in September 2006 he and business partner Neil Shuttleworth took over the running of the firm.

Thomas is one of the main auctioneers and is never happier than when up on the rostrum conducting one of the auctions.

You may recognise Thomas from the popular BBC television shows Bargain Hunt, Flog it! and The Antiques Roadtrip where he appears as one of the experts. An expert in his own fields, Thomas has also recently appeared in, and beaten, ‘The Eggheads’.

Tickets

£30 per person to include drinks reception, short talk by Thomas Plant, dinner and possible valuation of your item by Thomas and his team.

To book, please contact Brig Peter Walker

Tel: 01635 204433
Email: peter.walker205@mod.uk

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