Griffin Estate Sales is a continuation of over two decades of experience and work in and around antiques, collectibles, art and photography both as a collector and as business owner.
Peggy brings a wide range of skill sets to her clients with an emphasis on customer service from her corporate background, also her project management skills developed while being a prop stylist, talent coordinator and a photographers assistant.
Peggy has always been passionate about antiques and collectibles so much she started Poor House Antiques, a boutique market catering to private and public collectors.
Poor House Antiques caused Peggy to market at antique shows, flea markets and private sales in the New Jersey, New York area.
Peggy saw that although these markets were effective in 2001 she made the jump to Internet and now could leverage technology more effectively to a larger audience and not be limited by a specific date and time of a flea market or sale.
The combination of these skills sets, project management, passion for customer service and knowledge of antiques and collectibles has brought Peggy where she is today.
Peggy for the past several years has been meeting with clients
evaluating their estate, communicating expectations with the client, overseeing the pricing, organizing, staffing, and managing the sale of the estates.