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Helaine Fendelman Honored by Marquis Who's Who for Expertise in Antiques and Relics Appraising

Helaine Fendelman is an innovative entrepreneur and prolific writer

Ms. Fendelman prioritizes honesty and transparency in each transaction, as well as accurate information, and she is humbled to collaborate sensitively with patrons in both sales and acquisitions.

    NEW YORK, NY, November 28, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Helaine Fendelman has been included in Marquis Who's Who. As in all Marquis Who's Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all taken into account during the selection process.

Ms. Fendelman is the chief executive officer of Helaine Fendelman & Associates, a role in which she conducts expert research to support a diverse clientele gain reliable art appraisals. Her specialty is American folk art and American decorative art, and she thrives on extending her reach to unique items and rare paintings. Ultimately, Ms. Fendelman prioritizes honesty and transparency in each transaction, as well as accurate information, and she is humbled to collaborate sensitively with patrons in both sales and acquisitions.

A personal experience in appraising a family collection of antiques and relics motivated Ms. Fendelman to pursue a career in the industry. Clients seek her truthful determination about an item's potential worth and rely on her meticulous survey of existing comparable items to generate a more exact assessment. Additionally, Ms. Fendelman partners with other specialists when necessary to deliver her customers the most precise estimates, suggest the best auction venues and recommend the most appropriate course of action.

Ms. Fendelman boasts exceptional academic training including a Bachelor of Arts in American and English literature with minors in Spanish, drama and education from Washington University in St. Louis. She subsequently completed a Master of Arts in American literature at the CW Post Campus of Long Island University, and Ms. Fendelman pursued a terminal degree as well, completing coursework in the American decorative arts program at the prestigious Boston University. Notably, Ms. Fendelman also maintains memberships in the Appraisers Association of America and the National Arts Club

Diverse peripheral appointments further define Ms. Fendelman's professional profile and include an active role at Hearst Magazines where she has worked as a contributing editor for Country Living Magazine since 1984. She thrives in a mentorship role to students interested in the art world.

Civic service has held great significance for Ms. Fendelman throughout her personal and professional pursuits. Notably, she has served on the Qualifications Board of the Appraisal Foundation and is a past president of the Appraisers Association of America. She also humbly acted as a secretary of the National Arts Club and held a seat on the board at the Salvador Dali Research Center. Ms. Fendelman also served as the vice president of the board of directors for the Center for Painted Wall Preservation.

Ms. Fendelman has gained a broad readership through extensive research and prolific creative output. Select titles include "Silent Companions Dummy Board Figures of the 17th Through 19th Centuries Exhibition at The Rye Historical Society" and "All About Appraising: The Definitive Appraisal Handbook." She is also the co-author of "Treasures in Your Attic" and "Price it Yourself! The Definitive, Down-to-Earth Guide to Appraising Antiques and Collectibles in Your Home, at Auctions, Estate Sales, Shops, and Yard Sales," and Ms. Fendelman collaborated on the essential Country Living Guides to appraisal, including "American Glassware – What is it? What is it Worth?" and "American Metalware – What is it? What is it Worth?"

Ms. Fendelman credits her maternal grandmother as a source of inspiration and gratefully acknowledges her influence of energy and passion. She also credits her grandfather's example of prioritizing what matters most in life and counts her father as a distinguished role model. Finally, Ms. Fendelman recognizes her mother as a consistent source of loving support and positive encouragement.

Her lasting marriage of 60 years and a collaborative role in raising productive, generous children stand as Ms. Fendelman's most notable achievements thus far. Looking toward the future, she aims to persist in her work and provide clients with open, empathetic communication and scrupulous appraisals. Additionally, Ms. Fendelman will rely on connections made through positive referrals to continue working with families through multiple generations.

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