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Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates is actively seeking fresh consignments for our monthly catalogued auctions, from single items to entire collections. We specialize in Americana of all types, especially Southern furniture, folk and decorative arts, quality American glass and lighting, 17th to 20th century ceramics, textiles and antique sewing accoutrements, plus all categories of fine art, valuable antiques and collectibles. Please contact Janice Hannah, our Consignment Manager for more information.
Friday, January 27, 2017, 9:30 am ET
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Featured the collections of the late Dexter Charles Wright, Ponte Vedra, FL; the late Kenneth W. Lyon, Fisher’s Hill, VA; and Charlotte and Louis Fischer, Lynchburg, VA; selections from the collection of Doug Reed, Maplewood, NJ, plus others. Including a fine selection of 19th century American blown and pressed glass of all types; lighting from the whale oil to early kerosene periods; fine 18th century English wine glasses; a varied selection of 18th & 19th century Continental glass; an outstanding collection of early pressed colored open salts; antique paperweights; a collection of Overshot glass with applied snakes; bottles and flasks; flint EAPG; &c.
Cosignment Deadline: CLOSED
Saturday, January 28, 2017, 9:30 am ET
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Featured the collections of Ellen O’Brien, Sarasota, FL; the late Kenneth W. Lyon, Fisher’s Hill, VA; plus others. Highlighted by a fine collection of studio glass including over 300 paperweights; outstanding art glass; rare Victorian opalescent glass and lighting; other Victorian glass; cut glass; non-flint EAPG; novelties; &c.
Friday, February 17 at 1:00 pm
Featured the Phillip M. Sullivan estate collection of 2,000+ pieces of Buffalo Pottery including many rare examples of Deldare, Gaudy and Blue Willow, Roycroft, railroad and other transportation lines, hotel and restaurant advertising, &c.; and outstanding collection of Blue Ridge pottery; collection of Coors art pottery; other creamics; &c.
Saturday, February 18 at 9:30 am
Featured material from the private collections of Luke and Ann Woods, Cincinnati, OH and Spruce Pine, NC; Audrey "Dolly" and the late William "Billy" Journell, Leesburg, VA; and Julia Claypool, Alexandria, VA. Including rare country store and advertising material; Shaker and other country furniture and accessories; custom furniture by Virginia Craftsmen, David Ray Pine, and Charles Neil; vintage toys and banks; a fine collection of marbles; collection of barbershop collectibles including occupational shaving mugs and barber bottles; railroad items including silverware; large selection of early wrought iron; political memorabilia; large collection of post cards including many Judaica, Schmucker ladies, Halloween, Santas, NY views, &c.; collection of sterling silver souvenir spoons including Black Americana, Native American, enameled, &c.; plus a wide range of other collectibles of all types.
Saturday, March 18, 2017, 9:30 am ET
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Featured the renowned Paul Harvey collection of open salts primarily comprising lacy period examples, including many great rarities, plus art glass and other examples; and the Bryan Grapentine collection of cologne bottles and related containers including a large selection of fine Boston & Sandwich cut overlay examples.
Saturday, April 8, 2017, 9:30 am ET
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This will continue the dispersal of the late Ed Kleppinger’s collection of New Orleans, LA comprising 20,000+ pieces of ruby-/amber-stained and Vaseline EAPG.
Saturday, April 29, 2017, 9:30 am ET
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Featured the collection of the late Winslow Anderson (1917-2007) of Milton, WV, being sold to benefit the Huntington Museum of Art. Anderson was an important designer at Blenko Glass (1947-1953) and Lenox China (1953-1980). He also studied painting and drawing with Hans Hofmann and other influential American artists. This auction will include a large selection of Anderson’s artwork as well as works he collected in Latin America, many examples of his Blenko and Lenox designs, both prototype and commercial pieces, plus more. Much of the Anderson material was the focus of several museum exhibitions.
Select consignors in the sale include Luke and Ann Woods, Cincinnati, OH and Spruce Pine, NC; Dorothy Claypool, Alexandria, VA; Virginia Baskett Leach and the late Maurice Derby Leach, Jr., Lexington, VA; C. Richmond and the late Janet J. Gough, Newburg, MD; Carol and the late Jean-Ped Ahrens, Lake Frederick, VA; the estate of Alyce Bohannon, Winchester, VA; additional private collections from Connecticut, Maryland, and Tennessee; property deaccessioned from a Virginia institution to benefit the collections and acquisitions funds; plus others. Featuring English and European furniture and accessories; paintings, prints, and statuary; Asian material of all types; Arts & Crafts and art pottery; fine silver and jewelry; 18th & 19th century porcelain; art and studio glass; &c.
Saturday, May 20, 2017, 9:30 am ET
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Our annual spring sale will feature the collections of glass author and scholar Joan E. Kaiser of East Sandwich, MA, and the late Roger Gehman of Pittsburgh, PA. The renowned Kaiser collection comprises an outstanding selection of Sandwich and South Boston glass of all types including many important pieces published in Barlow/Kaiser, The Glass Industry in Sandwich, volumes 1-5, and Kaiser, The Glass Industry in South Boston. A printed color catalogue of the entire Kaiser collection will be available around May 1 for $37.20 postpaid.
Highlights include 30+ colored whale oil/fluid lamps; fine cut overlay and other early kerosene lighting; 60+ colored candlesticks; 20 colored vases; cut overlay and other cologne bottles/dresser articles; free-blown and blown-molded wares including Thomas Cains pieces; rare colored flint EAPG including covered egg cups/pomades, compotes, spoon holders, tumblers, &c.; rare cut toy books; other blown and pressed toys/miniatures; colored lacy and other open salts; Christmas salts; rare Madonna standard time lamp, candelabra, epergne, &c.; exceptional late blown wares; witch balls and other whimsies; paperweights; art glass including Alton Trevaise and Mt. Washington Lava; reference, archival, and source materials; plus more.
The Gehman collection features a fine selection of Pittsburgh and other early cut glass; free-blown wares; rare colored and colorless pillar-molded; marbrie-decorated pieces; non-flint EAPG including a 300+ piece collection of Pleat & Panel, ten pieces of Jumbo, &c. Other consignments include a collection of 100+ historical flasks plus other bottles from the Nancy DuPont Reynolds Cooch estate, proceeds to benefit the Toledo Museum of Art's Collections Fund, and others; the George & Patricia Arden collection of 18th and 19th century European glass including English free-blown colored decanters, a large selection of cut decanters, early cut compotes, drinking vessels, &c.; the remainder of the Bryan Grapentine collection; plus more.
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Featuring property deaccessioned by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Williamsburg, VA, all proceeds to benefit the collections acquisitions funds; numerous private collections, including material from Luke and Ann Woods, Cincinnati, OH and Spruce Pine, NC; Dr. Charles and Elizabeth Umstott, Newport News, VA; Sean and Patricia Skinner, Sarasota, FL; Kurt O'Hare and Barbara O'Hare, Putnam Valley, NY; Dorothy Claypool, Alexandria, VA; Virginia Baskett Leach and the late Maurice Derby Leach, Jr., Lexington, VA; C. Richmond and the late Janet J. Gough, Newburg, MD; property descended in the family of Dr. William Miller Duncan, Staunton, VA; the Barbara Hunter Grant estate, Staunton, VA; the estate of Alyce Bohannon, Winchester, VA; plus others.
Session I on Friday, June 16, 2017 will comprise an excellent collection of high-grade 18th - 20th century American and foreign coins and currency; antiquarian books and manuscripts; Civil War material and other militaria.
Session II on Saturday, June 17, 2017 will include our usual fine selection of rare Virginia & other Southern material including an important Kentucky inlaid walnut child’s chest of drawers; 18th & 19th century American formal and country furniture; American fine & decorative arts; folk pottery including an important Anna Pottery stoneware presentation vase; Shenandoah Valley and other folk art; 15 John L. Heatwole (Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, 1948-2006) carvings; 18th & 19th century ceramics including a fine collection of dark blue American Historical Staffordshire; early lighting including fine cut overlays and iron/tin primitive; 18th & 19th century silver and pewter; &c.
Saturday, July 15, 2017, 9:30 am ET
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Featuring a large consignment from the Allentown Art Museum to benefit future acquisitions for the museum’s textile collection, a private West Virginia collection, and others. Including over 50 show towels; quilts; coverlets; other bedcovers; samplers; Norman Norell and other designer and vintage clothing; spinning and weaving implements including wool wheels, flax wheels, tape looms, flax breaks, &c.; sewing tools and accessories; plus more.
July 12*-14: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm ET
July 15: 8:00 am ET until end of auction
Saturday, July 29, 2017, 9:30 am ET
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Friday, July 28 at 9:30 am
Featuring the Gerard Linschoten collection of Ridgefield, WA, part five of the Ed Kleppinger collection of New Orleans, LA, and others. Including a large collection of Greentown including Holly Amber; Greentown and other chocolate glass; a large selection of ruby- and amber-stained EAPG; Vaseline glass; plus more.
Saturday, July 29 at 9:30 am
Featuring a Connecticut private estate collection plus others. Including 80+ pieces of Mt. Washington Peach Blow and Burmese; collections of Wheeling Coral/Peach Blow, rainbow satin, and Amberina; Victorian opalescent glass; rare Fry glass; collection of over 50 miniature lamps including rare green Swan; other kerosene lighting of all types; including colored shade hanging lamps, stand and finger lamps, satin glass, amber and ruby stained, etc.; large selection of lamp shades and other good parts; studio glass and paperweights; &c.
July 26*-27: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm ET
Saturday, August 26, 2017, 9:30 am ET
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Featuring the collection of Dr. and Mrs. John “Jack” McAllister of Winchester, VA; part two of the Sean and Patricia Skinner collection of Sarasota, FL; deaccessioned material from a Virginia museum; an Overland Park, KS estate collection; property from the collection of C. Richmond and the late Janet J. Gough, Newburg, MD; plus others.
Country furniture including a Shenandoah Valley walnut sideboard/safe (lacking tins), Pennsylvania walnut high chest of drawers, green-painted and other corner cupboards, painted blanket chests, Windsor chairs, paint-decorated rockers, stand tables, chests of drawers, &c.; custom furniture including fine David Ray Pine Philadelphia-style Chippendale dining table, eight chairs, and dressing table; wicker porch furniture; Native American collection including 1920s Navajo Ganado (58” x 72”) and Teec Nos Pos (40” x 86”) rugs; collection of American political textiles; WWI, early movie, and other posters; vintage slot machines; advertising and country store items; occupational shaving mugs and barber bottles; collection of 75 cast-iron toy stoves; other vintage tin and cast-iron toys; collection of antique dolls including oversized bisque and china, wax, early composition, accessories, &c.; vintage dollhouse furniture; fine brass and cast-iron hearth clockwork spit jack and accessories; other early iron; country accessories including woodenware, baskets, textiles, &c.; colored globe skater’s lanterns; American art pottery; gold and costume jewelry; lady’s accessories including hair combs and hatpins; silver including collection of sterling souvenir spoons; plus much more. Preview photos will be posted soon. The complete catalogue will be posted around August 16.
August 23*-25: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm ET
August 26: 8:00 am ET until end of auction
Thursday, September 28 at 10:00 am
Over 5,000 pieces to be sold by uncatalogued table and box lots.
Friday, September 29 at 1:00 pm
Featuring the collections of Jim Lawrence and Denver Smallwood of Chattanooga, TN; the EAPG collection of the late Wagner Thielens of New York City; plus the final installment of the Ed Kleppinger collection of New Orleans, LA. Featuring non-flint EAPG including collections of pickle/jam jars, celery vases, Frosted Dolphin, Snail, and Rose in Snow, rare goblets and animal patterns, &c.; large selection of stained EAPG including collections of amber-stained Feather and Fine Cut & Block; children’s dishes/toys; &c.
Saturday, September 30 at 9:30 am
We will be hosting a special Eastern Regional meeting of the Early American Pattern Glass Society (EAPGS) in conjunction with this auction. Click here to read their press release. Click here for their registration form.
Special Event: Regional EAPGS meeting September 27th - 29th.
September 27*: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm ET
September 28: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm ET
Special 19th & 20th Century Glass Auction
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Featuring a large selection of Steuben from the Thomas P. Dimitroff Collection of Corning, NY; the American and European art glass collection of Judith and Stephen MacArthur of Rockville, MD; select miniature and other lighting from the collection of Karen and the late Frank McWright of Bethel, CT; and a selection of studio glass including Ercole Barovier, Fulvio Bianconi, and Charles Lotton.
October 11*-12 : 10:00 am to 6:00 pm ET
October 13: 8:00 am ET until end of auction
October 14, 2017, 9:30 am ET
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Featuring period furniture; paintings, prints, and statuary; Asian art, ceramics, and accessories; a large collection of 18th & 19th century clocks and timepieces;18th and 19th century ceramics including excellent examples of English & Continental majolica; a fine selection of Nippon porcelain from the Dick and Mary Ellen Bitner collection of Thurmont, MD; fine silver and jewelry; part 2 of the George & Patricia Arden collection of 18th and 19th century European cut glass including a large selection of decanters; fine selection of American cut glass; plus more.
October 11*-13 : 10:00 am to 6:00 pm ET
October 14: 8:00 am ET until end of auction
November 11, 2017, 9:30 am ET
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Comprising our usual fine selection of rare Virginia & other Southern material; 18th & 19th century American formal and country furniture, fine & decorative arts; important Shenandoah Valley folk art and pottery; country accessories; 18th & 19th century ceramics; coin silver; &c. We are accepting quality consignments for this auction until September 22.
November 8*-10: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm ET
November 11: 8:00 am ET until end of auction
December 02, 2017, 9:30 am ET
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We are accepting consignments for this auction until October 15.
November 29*-December 1: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm ET
December 2: 8:00 am ET until end of auction