Appraisal reports that document the value of jewelry, fine art, rugs, firearms, furniture, and hard-to-identify items by IRS qualified appraisers. 

Whether you are seeking insurance on a special object or donating a tangible gift to your alma mater, our specialists help you achieve your goals by providing a report specific to your purpose.  Follow the links below for more information about our appraisal reports.


What is an Appraisal?

As defined by the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) an appraisal is "the act or process of developing an opinion of value."  When that opinion of value is communicated, it is considered to be an Appraisal Report.  

What is a Bryson Appraisal Report?

A written report specific to a situation, a property, and a purpose, the appraisal report is an individualized legal document prepared by a professional, qualified, objective third party with no vested interest in the property.

An appraisal:

  • validates the existence of the property in the event it is questioned in an insurance claim.

  • records authorship, attribution, and other characteristics of the property that substantiate value.

  • identifies the most appropriate market context for each object.

  • values property for the purpose identified by the client in consultation with the appraiser.

  • is a legal document written in accordance with IRS stipulations to maintain and support a position in a tax audit, in a court of law, and in insurance disputes.

Bryson Appraisal Reports written to the highest standards

All Bryson appraisals are based on the most current market data available. We arrive at accurate values using sound methodology.

 Appraisal reports are written to satisfy all IRS appraisal guidelines.

Appraisal reports comply with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) set forth by the Appraisal Foundation.