About This Location
Our team of Specialists regularly meet with collectors, families and fiduciaries to discuss the appraisal of estates, collections or single items and subsequent sale in our New York salesroom to an international client base. They facilitate the entire appraisal and auction process, making it convenient for you or your client to achieve maximum results at auction in the global market.
Here are some ways we can provide assistance:
- Telephone: We invite you to call for information on Doyle’s comprehensive range of appraisal and auction services.
- Email: If you prefer, contact us via email at [email protected] or send us photographs of your property for evaluation.
- Video Conference: Set up a virtual appraisal appointment for a single item or a walkabout of your home!
- In-Person Appointments: We regularly meet with collectors, fiduciaries, heirs and curators throughout the state to discuss the appraisal of property.
Doyle has been privileged to auction prominent estates and distinguished collections from Connecticut and New York State that achieved outstanding results, including members of the storied Vanderbilt family. The Estate of Lady Sarah Consuelo Spencer-Churchill featured important French furniture collected by her grandmother, Gilded Age heiress Consuelo Vanderbilt Balsan. The collection of Fay Dawes Couyoumjan (1921-2015) featured a Light Brown Pink square emerald cut diamond ring of 9.87 carats that achieved a stunning $281,000, far surpassing its $100,000-150,000 estimate. New York-born Mrs. Couyoumjan lived in Paris with her husband, Anastase, following the War, before returning to the States and settling in Greenwich, Connecticut.
Doyle was honored to auction the Collection of Claire Tracy and Frank Glaser of Greenwich, Connecticut on October 8, 2019 as a single-owner section comprising over 125 lots in the sale of American Paintings, Furniture & Decorative Arts. Property from the Estates of W.R. Appleby and Elinor Appleby, longtime donors to the Asian Department at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, sold in the September 2020 Asian Works of Art sale.
We invite you to contact us to discuss our full range of services. We are always available to discuss the sale of a single item or an entire collection. Please call us at 212-427-4141, ext 211 or email [email protected]