Ann Lange joined Doyle in 2004 as a gemologist and jewelry appraiser. She is responsible for valuing a wide range of property including 19th century, period and contemporary jewelry as well as diamonds and colored stones. She frequently participates in estate appraisals and contributes to collecting property for upcoming jewelry sales.
Prior to joining Doyle, Ann was Vice President and Director of the Arcade Fine Jewelry Division at Sotheby's for fifteen years. She has also acted as a consultant in private sales and in the wholesale jewelry business.
Ann received a Bachelor of Arts in French from Boston University. After working in her family's jewelry business, she earned a Graduate Gemological Certificate at the Gemological Institute of America.
During their 62-year marriage, legendary songwriter Irving Berlin gave his wife Ellin gifts of exquisite jewels as expressions of their lasting love. Doyle is honored to auction one of these treasured pieces.
The legendary collaboration between the French designer Jean Schlumberger and Tiffany & Co. produced some of the most iconic jewelry of the 20th century.
Join us for the Grand Opening of our newly renovated gallery in Charleston, South Carolina!
Doyle is honored to auction jewelry from the Estate of Renee Meyers as a feature of the Important Jewelry sale on June 22.
Doyle is honored to auction jewelry from the Estate of Joan Reynolds Linclau in select upcoming auctions.
Specialist Martha Garcia chronicles the fascinating history of the acclaimed jewelry firm established by Joseph Marchak in 1878.
Specialist Katherine Van Dell profiles Jean Schlumberger, the jeweler whose name is synonymous with Tiffany & Co.'s bold and innovative 20th century designs.