Doyle New York was founded in 1962 and is one of the world's foremost auctioneers and appraisers of fine art, jewelry, furniture, decorations, coins, Asian works of art and a variety of specialty categories. Doyle has an established reputation for professionalism, integrity, expertise and service and offers about forty sales annually. Doyle is also well known for its on-site auctions.

Doyle New York’s prime objective is to achieve maximum prices at auction while coordinating and simplifying the process of appraising and liquidating estate property and private collections. Doyle is dedicated to provide expert evaluations and personalized service with the goal to meet the specific needs of their clients. 

Doyle oversees an ever-expanding network throughout the United States and in addition to this, Doyle's marketing alliances in Europe and Asia provide maximum exposure for property to international buyers.

As Chairman/CEO, Kathleen Doyle leads the growth strategy for Doyle New York, Auctioneers & Appraisers. Mrs. Doyle’s in-depth knowledge of the art and auction market has positioned the gallery in the leading global auction market and Doyle New York has managed to establish a reputation for excellence.

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Walter Gilbert Art Deco Bronze Relief Plaque Reputedly made for Derry & Toms Department Store

Walter Gilbert Art Deco Bronze Relief Plaque Reputedly made for Derry & Toms Department Store, London, England Height 12 inches, width 65 inches. Provenance: Derry & Toms Department Store, London. A very similar frieze panel designed by Walter Gilbert for the Derry & Toms Department Store, circa 1933, measuring 12 inches high by 72 inches high wide depicting stylized animals and foliate motifs was sold at Sotheby's, London, United Kingdom, November 16, 2006, lot 336, for £6,000. A gilt-bronze elevator screen designed by Walter Gilbert for the Derry & Toms building, circa 1929-31, depicting leaping deer and birds in flight centering a fountain was sold at Sotheby's, New York, June 7, 2002, lot 333, for $29,875. Derry & Toms was a department store located on Kensington High Street in London. Founded in 1860 by brothers-in-law Charles Derry and Joseph Toms it catered to the city's upper class. In 1930, construction was begun on a new, modern seven-story building designed by Bernard George. The modernized store re-opened for business in 1933. Its façade and interior were designed in the new and then-popular Art Deco style and featured metalwork by the English sculptor Walter Gilbert (1871-1946) as well as relief panels entitled Labor & Technology by Charles Henry Mabey Jr. In 1938, the store's famous Kensington Roof Gardens opened to the public. The store's main restaurant was located on the fifth floor and was called "The Rainbow Room." The name was likely inspired by the iconic club of the same name atop the RCA Building at Rockefeller Center in New York City, which had its grand opening in 1934. While Derry & Toms ceased to operate in 1973 the building and roof garden still exist today. C, Walter Gilbert Art Deco Bronze Relief Plaque, Height 12 inches, width 65 inches. Provenance: Derry & Toms Department Store, London. A very similar frieze panel designed by Walter Gilbert for the Derry & Toms Department Store, circa, circaRead more

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Three Platinum, White Gold, Cultured Pearl, Tsavorite, Diamond, Ruby
18 kt., 8 pearls ap. 4.8 to 3.1 mm., one emerald-cut tsavorite garnet, marquise, baguette, single & round-cut diamonds ap. .85 ct., calibre-cut ruby & synthetic rubies, pearl ring signed Mikimoto., tsavorite ring signed Tiffany & Co., ap. 7 dwts. Sizes 7 1/2, 7 & 5 3/4.\n\nC Property of a Southern California Collector Doyle
Gold, Citrine and Sapphire Bracelet, Tiffany & Co.
Gold, Citrine and Sapphire Bracelet, Tiffany & Co.\n14 kt., 3 cushion-cut citrines ap. 18.00 cts., unsigned, ap. 27.4 dwts. Length 7 9/16 inches. With original Tiffany & Co. receipt & signed box.\n\nC Estate of a Lady\n\nCitrines: medium brownish-yellow, clean, table edge abrasions, minor scratches on table, several slightly visible to eye, lively, nice cuts & shapes.\n\nSapphires: deep bright blue, moderately included, several abrasions, scratches & minor chips, not visible to eye.\n\nNormal wear, minor scratches to gold. Width 9/16". Doyle
Two Japanese Fuchi-Kashira
Two Japanese Fuchi-Kashira \n19th Century\nOne of shibuichi and ji-magaki, both pieces depicting Mikawa-Manzi, new year's dancers, worked in togi-dashi of silver, gold, shakudo and copper, signed Kawano Toyohisa, with kakihan of Otsu Toyofuku Cho; the other in shibuichi and ji-magaki, both pieces decorated with horses below the branches of a willow tree, worked in kata-kiri, signed Hideharu. Lengths 1 1/2 inches.\n\nSt. John's University Doyle
Chinese Celadon Glazed Bowl
Chinese Celadon Glazed Bowl \nSouthern Song Dynasty\nOf conical form, covered overall in a thick gray green glaze with even cracquelure. Diameter 5 inches (12.7 cm). Doyle
Copper Hanging Four-Light Lantern
Copper Hanging Four-Light Lantern \n\nApprox. 30" in height\nW: 16" Doyle
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Doyle New York
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175 East 87th Street
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