Hilary Pitts joined Doyle New York in 2012 as the North Carolina / South Carolina Regional Advisor. She is responsible for providing collectors, executors and families in the Southeast region Doyle’s full range of appraisal and auction services, facilitating the process of consigning property to auction at Doyle New York. Mrs. Pitts is also a gemologist and jewelry appraiser.
Prior to joining Doyle New York, Mrs. Pitts was an Assistant Vice President in the Jewelry Division at Sotheby's in New York for nine years. Following a move to Philadelphia, Mrs. Pitts supported the Sotheby's Philadelphia office before joining the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts as Public Relations Director for three years.
Mrs. Pitts received a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In New York, she completed her Graduate Gemological Certificate at the Gemological Institute of America. She lives with her husband and two children in Charlotte, NC.
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