Writing the Provenance document

The provenance of item name is as follows. Use this template to document the provenance the history and of an item. Documenting the provenance of fine art and antiques can make major difference in the value of those items. Creation Explain by whom when where and how the item was created. For example you might explain that painting was created by famous artist in in his Paris studio using oil paint mixed by the artist on cotton canvas. For diamond you might explain that it was mined in South Africa in and then cut and mounted into gold necklace in Belgium by well known jeweler in etc. Documentation. Describe the documentation or evidence that backs up the statement made above. Certificates of authenticity or testimonials from experts are generally the most important data for determining value. Owner 1 Explain by whom when and where the item was owned and or displayed. For example you might explain that painting was originally purchased from the artist in by wealthy businessman in London England and that it was on display in the hall of his personal estate until 1901. Also describe any known changes that were made to this item while in possession of this owner. For example painting might be reframed or cleaned; an antique might be nicked or have handle replaced gem might be reset into different item of jewelry. Documentation. Describe the documentation or evidence that backs up the statement made above. Owner 2

Explain by whom when and where the item was owned and or displayed as well as any known changes that were made to this item while in possession of this owner. Documentation. Describe the documentation or evidence that backs up the statement made above. Owner 3 Explain by whom when and where the item was owned and or displayed as well as any known changes that were made to this item while in possession of this owner. Documentation. Describe the documentation or evidence that backs up the statement made above. Owner 4 Explain by whom when and where the item was owned and or displayed as well as any known changes that were made to this item while in possession of this owner. Documentation. Describe the documentation or evidence that backs up the statement made above.

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Writing the Provenance document

The provenance of item name is as follows. Use this template to document the provenance the history and of an item. Documenting the provenance of fine art and antiques can make major difference in the value of those items. Creation Explain by whom when where and how the item was created. For example you might explain that painting was created by famous artist in in his Paris studio using oil paint mixed by the artist on cotton canvas. For diamond you might explain that it was mined in South Africa in and then cut and mounted into gold necklace in Belgium by well known jeweler in etc. Documentation. Describe the documentation or evidence that backs up the statement made above. Certificates of authenticity or testimonials from experts are generally the most important data for determining value. Owner 1 Explain by whom when and where the item was owned and or displayed. For example you might explain that painting was originally purchased from the artist in by wealthy businessman in London England and that it was on display in the hall of his personal estate until 1901. Also describe any known changes that were made to this item while in possession of this owner. For example painting might be reframed or cleaned; an antique might be nicked or have handle replaced gem might be reset into different item of jewelry. Documentation. Describe the documentation or evidence that backs up the statement made above. Owner 2

Explain by whom when and where the item was owned and or displayed as well as any known changes that were made to this item while in possession of this owner. Documentation. Describe the documentation or evidence that backs up the statement made above. Owner 3 Explain by whom when and where the item was owned and or displayed as well as any known changes that were made to this item while in possession of this owner. Documentation. Describe the documentation or evidence that backs up the statement made above. Owner 4 Explain by whom when and where the item was owned and or displayed as well as any known changes that were made to this item while in possession of this owner. Documentation. Describe the documentation or evidence that backs up the statement made above.

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A Document from Proposal Pack

The editable Provenance template - complete with the actual formatting, layout and graphics is available in the retail Proposal Packs.

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