Robert Walker Antiques, LLC, is a Virginia Limited Liability Company based in Williamsburg, Virginia. The company name honors Robert Walker, a Scottish immigrant to the colony of Virginia who became one of Virginia's most sought-after cabinetmakers in the 18th-century.
Our corporate office is located on historic Duke of Gloucester Street in Williamsburg, Virginia.
James Boswell, co-owner of Robert Walker Antiques, LLC, is a graduate of the College of William and Mary, the University of Georgia, and Harvard University.
James provides cataloging and research assistance to the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation in the areas of collections, historic trades, and programming. He also speaks widely on material culture, including teaching a popular course for the College of William and Mary's Christopher Wren Association titled "Exploring History Through Tangible Things," as well as lecturing at the Colonial Williamsburg Antiques Forum, the Colonial Williamsburg Textile Seminar, the Furniture Seminar at the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA), the George Washington Society of Virginia, Harvard University, and many others.
He is the author of "A Northern Neck Odyssey: From Lamb's Creek to Dissington and Beyond." Northern Neck of Virginia Historical Magazine LXVII, no. 1 (December 2017): 8394-408.
James serves on the City of Williamsburg's Planning Commission and is on the Board of the College of William and Mary's Williamsburg-Peninsula Alumni Chapter. He is a member of the Museum of Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA) Advisory Board, the Decorative Arts Trust, the Friends of Colonial Williamsburg Collections, the Honorable Robert Boyle Society (College of William and Mary), the Frank L. Horton Society (MESDA), and the 1766 Society (Old Salem Museum and Gardens).
Christopher Caracci, MA, MBA, co-owner of Robert Walker Antiques, LLC, is a graduate of Rollins College and the University of Louvain (Belgium).
Chris serves as the Chairperson of the Tourism Fund Grant Review Committee for the City of Williamsburg and is a member of the Decorative Arts Trust, the Friends of Colonial Williamsburg Collections, the Honorable Robert Boyle Society (College of William and Mary), the Frank L. Horton Society (MESDA), and the 1766 Society (Old Salem Museum and Gardens).
Chris manages the operational aspects of Robert Walker Antiques, LLC, and maintains the critical relationships across all of our professional services.
We help you sell your antiques and valuables, including furniture, silver, quilts and samplers, metalwork, ceramics, glass, artwork, historical documents, rare books, rugs, and other items of value.
Confidentiality and discretion are assured.
For more information, please contact us by telephone or email at your convenience. There is no obligation.
At your home or other location - we will come to you!