Rare Butler family tinware, Greenville, NY, c. 1830s, including several pieces painted by famed tinware painter Ann Butler. Descended through the same family since the 1930s-60s

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Upcoming: November 3, Fine & Decorative Arts

Consignment deadline: September 27

Contact us today to schedule a free evaluation of paintings, furniture, jewelry, Asian works of art, decorative arts, carpets, or any item of value.  
Specializing in estates, we sell just about everything under the sun.


Past Highlights

Buying at Butterscotch Auction Gallery

Butterscotch Auction presents three large, well-curated estate auctions each year.  Having been in business for over three decades, the gallery has developed a reputation for finding hidden treasures and presenting a wide variety of material.  Each auction is unique, so be sure to stay in touch by joining our email list or following us on Facebook.

Our Services

About Butterscotch Auction Gallery

As well as conducting auctions, Butterscotch Auction offers extensive appraisal services, primarily for Estate tax liability and Estate planning purposes, though we also appraise single items for Insurance and informational purposes. All appraisals are USPAP-compliant and our appraisers have expertise in a myriad of areas.

Founded in 1987 by fine art appraiser Paul D. Marinucci, Butterscotch Auctioneers & Appraisers has established itself as one of the preeminent estate auction houses in the greater New York City area.  It is the oldest and foremost auction of Westchester County, NY, and has developed a reputation for great serviceability and high-quality merchandise among consignors and buyers alike.