Elyse Luray Biography
Elyse Luray is an American art historian and appraiser of historical objects and has become a TV personality as a result of her appearances on shows.
She has appeared on History Detectives since it’s premiere in 2003. She is a native of Baltimore and he attended Newcomb College, The Women’s College of New Orleans’ Tulane University where he graduated in 1989 in Art History.
Elyse Luray Age
She was born on 4th December 1967 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. She is 51 years old as of 2018.
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Elyse is currently single and there are no records that show that she is dating or had any previous relationships. She is either good at keeping it private or she is really single.
Elyse Luray Career
Apart from being an expert appraiser and consultant for Christie’s Auction, she was also displaying her expertise on select episodes of PBS’s show, Antiques Roadshow. She then became one of PBS’s History Detectives.
She has also participated in HGTV/TLC’s historical show If Walls Could Talk and she also co-hosted 2009 Endless Yard Sale. She hosted Treasure Seekers which was a cable program that followed her travels to antique shows around the country in order to display and evaluate objects of historical importance. She was a contributor of Antique Trader magazine as well as Huffington Post. She appeared on regular bases on The Nate Berkus Show.
Luray is the author of the book Great Wines Under $20. She is an appraiser and member of the Appraisers Association of America and is a New York State licensed auctioneer. Luray is a member of Tulane University’s Deans Council and Nassau County Museum of Arts Women’s Council. She is part of the team of Trust and Estates at Heritage Auctions the New York City.
History Detectives Elyse Luray
Digging deeper into the complexities of historical mysteries, this popular PBS program uses traditional investigative techniques, modern technologies and old-fashioned legwork to provide new insights into our national history, and oftentimes presents a human story associated with age-old artifacts. The hosts include appraiser Wes Cowan, art historian Elyse Luray, and authors and professors Gwen Wright and Tukufu Zuberi.
First episode date: 2003
Theme song: Watching the Detectives
Network: Public Broadcasting Service