Appraising with the values that matter most
Lennie Rose, ISA AM
Accredited Personal Property Appraiser
Lennie Rose is an independent personal property appraiser and consultant specializing in furnishings, antiques, decorative arts and the comprehensive contents of estates. Working on behalf of private and corporate clients, estate attorneys and heirs, she is skilled in both the valuation and sale of personal property and fine art. Her appreciation of art, antiques and design stems from a foundation in interior design. In addition to field experience and International Society of Appraisers (ISA) accreditations, she is USPAP compliant and continues to expand her knowledge of collecting, connoisseurship and industry trends through ongoing education at Christie’s, ISA, and the Appraisers Association of America (AAA).
Since opening Lennie Rose Estate Appraisals, Inc. Lennie has been appraising the contents of estates in New York and the Tri-State area, Los Angeles and Chicago. Her services range from assisting families and individuals with Non-cash Charitable Donation Appraisals to the dispersal of personal property. In addition, she serves attorneys, insurance companies and corporate clients. Lennie is a former co-owner of an interior design and antique emporium on Chicago’s Gold Coast. She is an accredited member of the International Society of Appraisers (ISA) and serves on the Membership Committee.
Kathy Rosenblatt, AAA
Kathy Rosenblatt is an independent appraiser and consultant providing fine art and personal property appraisals and consulting services to private and corporate clients. Kathy has a lifelong involvement in fine art, decorative arts, and design related fields. This includes owning an interior design firm, administering special events at the American Crafts Museum (now Museum of Arts & Design) and partner in the Cordy Gallery, NY. Her personal interest in Art Deco/Art Moderne led her to develop the Art Deco Society of New York (ADSNY)“Art Deco/Art Moderne Resource Guide”, the first comprehensive directory of its kind in the New York metropolitan area. In addition to extensive field experience and years of connoisseurship, her knowledge of current appraisal and USPAP standards, IRS regulations, market trends, and values, are informed by continuing education and leading market indicators.
Kathy Rosenblatt has been appraising late 19th to 21st-century fine art and residential contents regularly since 2003. She steadfastly guides clients through difficult decisions including estate or equitable distribution, artists’ estates, donations, insurance and buy/sell determinations. She has appraised Impressionist, modern and contemporary fine art, which includes paintings, works on paper, prints, sculpture, and photography. Education is the cornerstone of her appraisal and consulting services. As an adjunct professor, she has taught at Pratt Institute, NY; New York University and currently teaches at the Appraisers Association of America. Her professional affiliations include the Appraisers Association of America (AAA) where she served on the Board of Directors from 2007 to 2016 and continues to be a very active member; the Art Deco Society of New York (ADSNY), American Alliance of Museums (AAM) and ArtTable.
GIA GD, ISA CAPP
Stephanie Daugherty is an independent personal property appraiser and consultant providing substantiated and objective personal property appraisals for a wide range of property. She is a certified member of ISA, which signifies appraising experience, professional development, and advanced skills in complex appraisal methodology. She holds dual accreditations in both Fine Art and Antiques, Furnishings + Decorative Art and designations from the Gemological Institute of America.
Her professional experience spans a decade in the museum field as a collections manager and curator. As the Associate Manager & Curator at The President Woodrow Wilson House in Washington, DC, Stephanie co-curated the “Images of the Great War” exhibition using prints, watercolors and drawings from the Anne S. K. Brown Military Collection at the Brown University Library. The exhibition was featured on C-SPAN3 as part of its “American Artifacts” series. In addition, Stephanie was responsible for the documentation, management and preservation of approximately 10,000 objects in the collection, including fine art, antique furnishings, decorative art, manuscripts and books. This deepened her passion for scholarly
connoisseurship inspiring her to transition to the Appraisal field. In this capacity, she has been appraising high-end collections and residential contents throughout the tri-state area, serving
individuals, families, attorneys, insurance companies, non-profits and museums.
In addition to being USPAP compliant, Stephanie is an active member of ISA and serves as the Secretary of the Antiques, Furnishings + Decorative Art (AF+DA) committee. She is also a
member of the Gems & Jewelry Committee as well as the Designation and Review Committee. Her jewelry-related professional affiliations include the GIA Alumni Association and the American Society of Jewelry Historians.