Ronald Kotler

19th & 20th Century American and European Art & Jewelry

1-877-895-5065 Ext: 101

Ronald Kotler is a specialist in American and European Art of the 19th and early 20th century with a strong interest in Belle Époque Jewelry by the most prestigious makers of the period: Tiffany, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, David Webb, Buccellati, Oscar Heyman, and others. Establishing himself as an independent art dealer in 1995, he later developed what was to become Kotler Galleries & Auctioneers, one of the premier acquisition-based galleries in Long Island, New York. The gallery since its inception has acquired and leveraged artworks and objects of vertu valued at more than $15,000,000 USD.

William Chadwick

VP: Director, American Paintings

1-877-895-5065 Ext: 181

William Chadwick has been in the antique and auction business for over 30 years. He has handled over 50,000 items and has participated in over 500 auctions and written hundreds of appraisals. In 2010 Bill joined The Fine Art Investment Group of America as head of the American Division. During Bill’s tenure the division has grown over 300% and the breadth and scope of offerings have changed as well. Mr. Chadwick regularly does art advisory for the local Historical Societies, private citizens as well as estates and attorneys alike.

Maurice Glasser

Chief Economist – The Fine Art Investment Group of America

1-877-895-5065 Ext: 131

Maurice Glasser is a Professor of public policy and professor of economics. Known for his early research on central bank independence and inflation targeting as an institutional device for enhancing the credibility of monetary policy. Glasser is an elected member of the National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He has been invited to give numerous named campus-wide research lectures at universities around the world and also speaks widely on global economic issues. Mr. Glasser is on the economic advisory panel of the Fine Art Investment group of America.

Edward Kotler

Horological Buyer & Watch Expert

1-877-895-5065 Ext: 102

Edward Kotler was introduced to the world of horology by his father who was an enthusiastic collector himself. He brings with him an extensive knowledge of the watch market and unparalleled expertise on which clients can buy, sell, and invest in high-end timepieces. Edward studied at Stony Brook University and has a degree in Art and Communication. He has written numerous articles about timepieces and the auction market and has organized several important conferences on watch collecting. Edward is particularly passionate about the Tudor watch brand, desk timepieces from the Art Deco period to the 60’s and sport watches from the 1950’s-70’s.