Experience

Since our founding in 2016, Phi Auctions has provided skilled appraisals of fine art to clients with various valuation needs. Phi’s expertise extends from insurance, probate and family division, to charitable contribution, gift and divorce. This extensive experience places Phi Auctions in a singular tier among auction houses; trusted, regarded and internationally respected.

Understanding the product, its history and its current market is critical in appraisal processes. Phi’s appraisers employ the comprehensive knowledge of in-house and contract, regarded experts to ensure each report produced is as reliable and extensively vetted as possible.

Each member of Phi’s appraisal department is either an accredited or certified member of the Appraiser’s Association of America (AAA). As such, each report Phi Auctions produces conforms to the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP).

Phi’s fields of appraisal expertise are extensive. Areas include:

  • 19th Century European Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture
  • Contemporary Asian Art
  • Latin American Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture
  • Post-War & Contemporary art
  • American Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture
  • California & Western Art
  • Impressionist & Modern Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture
  • Old Master Paintings & Drawings
  • Prints

WONDERING WHAT IT’S WORTH?

It’s free. We provide auction estimates free of cost and no obligation to consign.

It’s simple. Upload details and images of your work via the form below.

It’s swift. Once submitted, we reply with an auction estimate within just five business days.

It’s satisfying. If you choose to consign, enjoy returns up to 92%. We offer the highest return rates anywhere in the industry.


FREE Artwork Price Estimate

Final Step

  • Your Details
  • Artwork Information

Contact Information:

Your Name

Your Email

Your Phone

About the Item

Type of Artwork

If other please specify

Artist

Title - 'NA' for unknown

Medium e.g. Oil on Canvas

Dimensions (Height, Width, Depth)
e.g. 20

Is the work signed?

Can you prove the artwork is authentic? If so, you'll be asked to submit corresponding documentation, e.g. purchase receipt, certificate of authenticity, etc.

What is the artwork's condition? Is it damaged?

Images of the Artwork, e.g. front view, signature, if available, certificates of authenticity, if available