Jill Bowers is a Vice President and a strategic leader in the business growth and development of Doyle for over twenty years. As the firm’s New Jersey and Pennsylvania Regional Advisor, Mrs. Bowers regularly meets with collectors, families and fiduciaries throughout the New Jersey and Pennsylvania area to discuss the appraisal of estates, collections or single items and subsequent sale in our New York gallery. Supported by the specialists and auction professionals based in Doyle's New York offices, she facilitates the entire appraisal and auction process, making it convenient for you or your client to achieve maximum results at auction in the global market.
Mrs. Bowers has had the privilege of working with many prominent estates and distinguished collections including the Estates of Dorothea Benton Frank, Evelyn Pyne, Eleanor Johnson, Charles Austin Buck, Grace Kirby Culbertson and Mary Jane Kenny. She lives with her husband and two children in New York City.
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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.
Featured in the December 20 Doyle at Home auction are elegant furnishings and art from Renee Meyer’s Manhattan apartment decorated by her close friend Albert Hadley.
Noah Goldrach examines a rare group of original fashion and costume designs spanning the 1950s - 1970s to be offered on December 6.
In celebration of the Thanksgiving holiday, Reid Dunavant profiles the most spectacular dinner service ever used at the White House.
Refresh your home decor and browse unique treasures perfect for holiday gifts at Hayloft Auctions! Soft close Monday at Noon
Elaine Stainton discusses the English artist John Atkinson Grimshaw and examines his masterful use of light in 'The Waning Glory of the Year.'
Samira Farmer discusses the mission of the DC-based, non-profit arts organization Transformer and its upcoming auction gala, The Invincible Visible.