Oil on canvas impressionist farmhouse scene by Susan B. May, "Ticket", 2003.

Elizabeth Auchincloss Reynolds


Elizabeth, “Busy”, Reynolds is passionate about fine and decorative art. She uses her insatiable curiosity and years of generalist appraisal experience to identify and value of each and every object, large and small.   She skillfully works with the most challenging of family dynamics careful to deliver accurate appraisals.


Certified in Appraisal of Fine and Decorative Art from New York University, and member of the Appraisal Association of America, Ms. Reynolds is USPAP tested and compliant.


As an Appraisal Generalist, she is a seasoned professional, able to appraise the entire contents of a household. Property may include antique furniture, fine art, decorative art, including silver, porcelain, art glass, rugs, textiles, collectibles as well as every day household items. 


She is also a specialist in Danish silver, having trained and worked with the recognized authority of Georg Jensen silversmith, Drucker Antiques. 


Before receiving her Appraisal training and certification, Ms. Reynolds earned a BA from Stanford University and had a successful career in publishing in New York City. She lives in Westchester County with her husband, three kids and two dogs.



* Elizabeth A. Reynolds successfully completed a 15-hour course and passed the required examination on May 12, 2009 in Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice.