Betsy Dorminy, is an Accredited Senior Appraiser, of the American Society of Appraisers, the nation's oldest multi-disciplinary appraisal organization, of which she has been a member of for over 35 years.  She hold a designation both in appraising Antiques, Decorative Arts, Fine Arts, and General Residential Contents.   

A native of Birmingham, Alabama, she is a graduate of Hollins College, Virginia, as well as  attending the University of London, England.  After graduation, she joined C.G. Sloan & Company, Washington, D.C., the nation's second oldest American owned Auction House.  As a Vice-President, heading up its Appraisal and Estates Department, she managed the cataloguing and appraising for the firm's monthly Antique and Fine Arts Auctions.  During that time, Ms. Dorminy prepared over 1000 Replacement Value and Fair Market Value appraisals for clients in the Washington Metropolitan area including Attorneys, Insurance Companies, Government Agencies, Members of Congress, the State Department, Historical Homes and Private Collectors at Large.  She has assisted major museums around the country in selling their works that no longer fit the scope of the collection, ie. The Birmingham Museum of Art, The Hunter Museum, The Getty Museum, The Chrysler Museum, The Phillips Collection, The High Museum, and several of the Smithsonian Museums, Washington, D.C. In addition, she has conducted and participated in charity appraisal clinics for the areas' Antique shows Historical Societies and Museums.

Betsy Dorminy moved to Atlanta in the 1990's, setting up her Appraisal Business in Buckhead, and has actively been engaged in appraising Fine Art, Antiques, and General Residential Contents for clients.  Over the past 20 years, she has been quoted in various Newspapers and Magazines, and has been featured in several articles in the Atlanta Journal/ Constitution, one over her appraisal of an important dignitary's estate, another article about her discovering a "hidden" 18th Century American Connecticut Cherry Highboy from a modest Atlanta home, that sold for over $200,000 at auction, which she handled for the estate, and others over her general appraisal career, etc. 

While Ms. Dorminy mostly appraises Antique Furnishings, Art and General Residential Contents, she will call on outside associates to appraise special collections of Stamps, Coins, Guns, Rare Wines and Jewelry.

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