PHILADELPHIA — Freeman’s has named Kim Miller as the new head of the Trust & Estates and Collections Departments. She will be the central contact for those seeking assistance with the valuation and disposition of art and collectibles. Fiduciaries, family offices, law firms, executors, beneficiaries, corporate curators, private collectors and others will benefit from her insight.
Miller has 15 years of experience in the museum and auction industry. For the last decade, she has served as a specialist in 20th-century design at auction houses in New York and London. Kim is passionate about assisting both novice and seasoned collectors in the buying and selling of art. She has extensive experience in devising sales strategy and marketing plans for multi- and single-category collections.
Contact Miller at email@example.com with any questions related to collection management, estate planning, valuations and the acquisition and dispersal of works at auction.
Freeman’s auctions attract bidders from around the world and regularly set records. Every collection is unique and requires a custom-tailored selling approach. That’s why Freeman’s team works closely with private collectors, estate attorneys, wealth managers and others to devise the right strategy for them or their clients.
Since 1805, Freeman’s has been part of the fabric of Philadelphia, helping generations of clients in the buying and selling of fine and decorative arts, jewelry, design and more. Freeman’s hosts many auctions throughout the year, including sales of single-owner collections.