[Virtual] Selling Inherited Things of Value with Antiquarian Frank Milwee
A fascination with domestic items is the hallmark of Mr. Milwee's quaint shop and his expertise in antiques and collectibles.
The shop carries a collection of housewares and a selection of gifts, such as corkscrews, eclectic wine implements, candelabra and highly polished silver. The shop was featured in "Wine Spectator" magazine for its selection of wine-related items. See more at: Milwee Info.
When: Tuesday, December 1, 2020, 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
$0 for Harvard Club Members and their Guests.
$20 for Nonmembers
Frank Milwee opened his store in Georgetown 27 years ago after retiring as an Army colonel, but his enthusiasm for antiques and collectibles has been a constant throughout his entire life. A world-renowned expert on antique and modern silver, Frank has designed and produced pieces that are regularly seen at both the White House and Buckingham Palace. He has taught certificate classes to professional appraisers and has lectured extensively about a variety of topics, but his true passion is discovering the history behind each piece and sharing that story with his customers.
Frank is often called upon to help people from all over the country come to grips with how to deal with inherited or unwanted property. He enjoys helping people learn about and appreciate their newfound acquisitions so they may be appreciated not only for their utility and value, but also for their craftsmenship.