Connie Sue Davenport, ISA AM, Antiques, Furnishings + Decorative Arts

Connie  Sue Davenport, ISA AM, Antiques, Furnishings + Decorative Arts

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Connie Sue Davenport
ISA member since Dec 18, 2007

(615) 672-1992 (Office)

P.O. Box 343
White House, TN 37188 , United States map

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About

Connie Sue Davenport, ISA AM 

Columnist - 'It's Just Stuff' - Monthly columns in the Tennessee Magazine, and Fifty Forward's, quarterly newspaper ForwardFocus 

Education: - Bachelor of Science in Psychology/Sociology, and minor in Secondary Education 1975, Middle Tennessee State University.

Post graduate studies in counseling, 1976. MTSU - Misc. seminars on textiles, documents pertaining to slavery, swords, armaments, military clothing and accouterments, conservation of art/textiles/furniture

 Employment History: - CEO, Connie Sue, Inc., 2004 to 2007 returned to sole proprietor 2008: Antique Appraiser,

Keynote Speaker exploring issues regarding Downsizing and Liquidation "It's Just Stuff" - Help for Heirs and Hoarders. 

Consultant, Re: antiques, personal property inheritance and issues pertaining to our relationship with stuff.

Instructor of American Antiques Class, Chair Caning Class, How-To-Conduct an Estate Sale, Volunteer State Community College, since 1981-2010 - Instructor of American Antiques Class, Motlow State Community College, Pulaski, TN. 2000-2002

Antique Appraiser since 1981

Shop Owner 1977 to 1981

Middle School Art Teacher, SY 2001-02,  High School Psychology/Sociology Teacher, 2000-01

Resident Director of Historic Rock Castle, Hendersonville, TN, 1991-1999

Marketing Coordinator, Sumner County Tourism, Gallatin, TN. 1999-2000

Program Director, Manskers Station & Bowen Campbell House, Goodlettsville, TN. 1987-88

Museum Interpreter at the Parthenon and Fort Nashborough, Nashville, TN. 1983-86

Store Manager, BLACKLION OpryMills, Nashville, 2001

Shop Manager, Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Murfreesboro, TN, and Dalton, GA, 1975-76

One More Thing: Named one of Americas 200 Best Craft Persons by Early American Life Magazine, 1990 (hand spinner of natural fibers)


Specialties

  • Furniture
  • Memorabilia
  • Silver
  • Textiles
  • Victoriana

Services

  • Donations
  • Equitable Distribution
  • Estate Evaluations
  • Expert Witness
  • Speaker
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