Assists individuals or businesses in the buying, selling, and valuation of antique items.
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Helpers who assists individuals or businesses in the buying, selling, and valuation of antique items. They typically have a deep knowledge and understanding of antique pieces, including their history, cultural significance, and market value. They may also have specialized expertise in specific areas, such as furniture, ceramics, textiles, or jewelry. In their work, an antiques helper may research and authenticate antique items, advise clients on their value, help negotiate the sale or purchase of antiques, and provide advice on their care and preservation. They may also assist with estate sales, auctions, and appraisals. An antiques helper should have excellent communication skills, a keen eye for detail, and a passion for antique items and their history. They should also be knowledgeable about current market trends, as well as the various ways to sell antiques, such as through online platforms or brick-and-mortar stores. An antiques helper should be able to work well both independently and as part of a team, and should have strong organizational and time-management skills.