Doyle New York has been regarded as one of the world’s leading auctioneers and appraisers of art and fine items since its founding in 1962. Each year, Doyle New York offers approximately 40 sales of collections in fine art, jewelry, furniture, decorative arts, and couture. The auction house has featured hundreds of auctions on Invaluable.com and typically offers two or more auctions per month as a platinum house.
The auction house is noted for its auctioning of estates from Hollywood stars, musicians, and royalty, including James Cagney, Louis Armstrong, and Lady Sarah Consuelo Spencer-Churchill, sister of the Duke of Marlborough. Doyle New York has also auctioned the collections of decorators and designers such as David Easton and Carrie Donovan. Additionally, many notable universities and art museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Columbia University trust Doyle New York to provide appraisal and auction services for their collections.
Doyle New York’s specialty departments include fine art and Asian arts, as well as furniture and decorative arts and rugs. Other specialties include jewelry, prints, books, photographs, coins, and couture.
Joanne Mournet, President
Kathleen M. Doyle, Chairman
Laura K. Doyle, CEO