Mayberry Launches All-Inclusive Estate Services

Mayberry Fine Art has expanded its operations to offer all-inclusive fine art estate services. The Canadian art dealer has launched an expanded business line and created an expansive new warehouse, workshop and shipping facility, now in operation in Winnipeg. It’s designed to help people disburse art collections.

“As the transfer of wealth and property from older to younger generations continues, figuring out what to do with treasured possessions accumulated over a lifetime, particularly collections of fine art, is a dilemma more and more people are facing,” said Shaun Mayberry in a news release. 

“With our new facility, we can offer our white-glove service to more people — whether that’s an estate executor, family members and beneficiaries or banks, trust companies and law firms,” said Bill Mayberry in the release. “We’ll assess value and help them choose the most appropriate strategy for navigating the disbursement process successfully and confidently.” 

The concrete and steel building is climate-controlled, with fire-secure vaults. It will allow collectors the opportunity for both short- and long-term storage.

Working closely with Cowley Abbott, its affiliate partner in Toronto, Mayberry Fine Art has managed several estate art collections including those of well-known Winnipeggers Greg Brodsky, Jim and Barbara Burns, and Kathleen Campbell. The Mayberry team also advises on probate appraisals, restoration, shipping, donating art and charitable legacy opportunities. 

Source: Mayberry Fine Art

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