was Director and Head of the Antiquities Department at Christie’s London, her career spanning over 30 years. She negotiated private sales to museums and collectors and secured and sold high profile collections, building a reputation for dedicated client care and an extensive knowledge of the international market. Sarah is an independent assessor for the Arts Council reviewing committee on the export of art and objects of cultural interest. She has a First Class Honours B.A. in Classics from King’s College, London, and carried out post-graduate research at the British School of Archaeology in Athens and Newnham College, Cambridge.

joined Christie's London in 1985 where she was Associate Director, Head of the Antiquities Department and, latterly, senior consultant. She undertakes Treasure Trove valuations for the British Museum and the UK government, and lectures on the antiquities market and history of collecting. She has served on ancient art fair vetting committees and is a Trustee of the British Museum Friends for 10 years. Judith is Anglo-French and has an M.A. from Oxford University, where she read Literae Humaniores, including the study of Greek vases at the Beazley Archive.