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November Roundtable Continental Breakfast Meeting - Collectibles - The "Art" of Appraisals, Distribution and Liquidity

Date: Thursday, November 7, 2019
Time: 7:30am - 9:00am
Location: Mirasol Country Club
Speaker: Panelist: Rachel Doorly -Winston Art Group, April Matteini - Bonhams, Rani Newman Mathura, Esq. and Moderator, Stephen Zaloom, Esq.

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Registration for this event is closed.  Please contact Wanda Doumar, or 561-310-5442 to be placed on a waitlist.


April Matteini serves as Bonhams Vice President for the Florida region, based in Miami.  In this role April provides local access for Floridians to the exceptional resources of Bonhams extensive global network. April is responsible for sourcing material for auction from private and institutional clients and liaising with Bonhams specialists and world renown experts.

April is a jewelry specialist and graduate gemologist, with over 25 years of experience evaluating gems and jewelry. She began her career in the auction industry as a jewelry cataloguer and later founding an appraisal firm. Prior to joining Bonhams, she was the Florida Regional Director for Skinner, a New England based auction house, establishing their Florida office and successfully developing the business. She also has a wide knowledge of Fine and Decorative Arts. April is comfortable evaluating single items and entire collections.

Rachel Doorly Kittleman
Winston Art Group

As Winston Art Group’s Director, Rachel serves the Southeastern region from her base in Palm Beach, Florida. Prior to joining Winston Art Group, Rachel was Director at DTR Modern Galleries, where she focused on marketing, public relations, client development, and collection management. Most recently, she opened DTR Modern’s Washington, D.C. gallery. Rachel holds a Bachelors in the History of Art and Architecture from Boston University, as well as a Certificate in Art Business from Christie’s New York. She is certified in Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP), a member of the Boca Art Museum, and specializes in Modern and Contemporary Art.

Rani Newman Mathura focuses her practice on estate planning, estate and trust administration, and charitable planning.  Rani also represents guardians and conservators.  She frequently speaks on estate and tax planning topics to attorney and community audiences.  Prior to forming Newman Mathura Law PLLC, Rani was a Principal in Cummings & Lockwood LLC where she most recently managed their Palm Beach Gardens office and was the probate staff attorney for the 15th Judicial Circuit Court in Palm Beach, Florida.

Practice Areas

●            Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning

●            Probate and Estate Administration

●            Fiduciary and Trustee Representation

●            Philanthropic Giving

●            Business Succession Planning

●            Residential Real Estate


●            University of Miami School of Law (LL.M. in Estate Planning)

●            Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center (J.D.)

●            University of Michigan (B.A., Psychology)



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