Certified Appraiser of Personal Property International Society of Appraiser
Daphne Lange Rosenzweig, author, professor, museum exhibition organizer, and appraiser, is a specialist in the field of Asian Art and Archaeology. An Asian art consultant to museums nationwide, she has organized numerous traveling exhibitions on subjects as diverse as Chinese jades, 18th century Chinese court art, Chinese and Japanese painting and ceramics, Korean art, and Japanese prints. Dr. Rosenzweig has presented many lectures for international and national audiences; including the Morikami Museum of Japanese Art's National Endowment for the Arts Lecture Series, the International Netsuke Society, the College Art Association, the Association for Asian Studies, the Ringling Museum of Art, and International Society of Appraisers and American Society of Appraisers annual conferences.
A.B., Mount Holyoke College; M.A. and Ph.D., Columbia University, in Asian Art and Archaeology.
Two years as Fulbright Scholar at the National Palace Museum in Taipei, Taiwan; extensive Asian travel.
Author of over fifty-five publications, Collections Committee member of the Morikami Museum of Japanese Art, and Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society-Korea Branch. Book editor and reviewer for the National Gallery of Art, Washington, The Tibet Journal and other professional journals.
University professor for many years, Dr. Rosenzweig currently teaches courses in Japanese, Chinese, Buddhist, and Islamic art, Western architecture, and Japanese prints as a full-time Liberal Arts faculty member of the Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, Fl.
Former Board Director, International Society of Appraisers. Certified Appraiser of Personal Property with the International Society of Appraisers (ISA CAPP). Qualified to conduct appraisals for Federal Tax Functions.
ISA Core and Expert Witness courses and USPAP 2010 course successfully tested.
Rosenzweig Associates, Inc., is a personal property firm specializing in Asian and Islamic art appraisals. Clients include governmental agencies, museums and art galleries, mediation companies, insurance and banking industry offices, auction houses, and private individuals. The firm has also served as design consultant for special event planning, such as the annual Chinese New Year displays for the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas and the Ringling Brothers Circus.
Examination - The appraiser meticulously examines all property, evaluating characteristics, noting condition, obtaining measurements and taking photographs. The time spent in this phase is considered "On-Site Time".
Photographs - Digital photographs are taken to document the property, comply with IRS regulations, and to aid with research. Photographs are included in the appraisal report.
Research - The appraiser researches marks and labels translating where possible, verifies dates, locates comparable items and selling history, investigates appropriate markets, and consults experts, when necessary. This approach produces an accurate report that fully protects you and your property. This phase is considered "Research Time".
Report - The appraisal report is written in compliance with the International Society of Appraisers' (ISA) Appraisal Report Writing Standard, and Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP). The report includes a cover document detailing the scope of work, process taken, definitions of values used, and a list of items with descriptions, photographs, and the appraiser's qualifications. The report is typed and bound.
Daphne Lange Rosenzweig,
Ph.D, ISA CAPP
President, Rosenzweig Associates, Inc.
Certified Appraiser of Personal Property
International Society of Appraisers
P.O. Box 3976
Sarasota, FL 34230-3976