Graham Geddes is renowned as one of Australia's leading antiquities experts. Graham's personal collection of Greek & Roman sculpture is testament to his understanding and appreciation of the materials, processes and characteristics definitive of archaic and classical sculpture.

Having studied Fine Arts & Classical Antiquity at the University of Melbourne, followed by post graduate studies in pre-classical antiquity, Graham was mentored by Professor Arthur Dale Trendall, Australia's leading classical archaeologist, with whose guidance and friendship Graham learnt to discern and deal in classical antiquities, particularly South Italian vases. As a valuer, Graham is qualified to undertake valuations for Greek and South Italian vases from 2,000 B.C. to 500 A.D. and Greek and Roman antiquities from 2,000 B.C. Graham has assisted numerous major galleries and institutions both in Australia and internationally achieve important acquisitions.

Please feel free to contact us should you wish to make an appointment with Graham to discuss or view his antiquities collection.