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  • 21 Nov 7:54 AM

    JSE & ASSOCIATES THREE-DAY AMERICANA AND 19TH-CENTURY GLASS AUCTION GENERATES STRONG RESULTS

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    The Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates November 8-10, 2018 Americana & Fine Antiques Auction was a highly successful event and produced robust prices – along with a few surprises - in multiple categories. The three-day format consisted of 2,001 lots of high-quality material, much of which was fresh to the market, and, in several cases, had descended directly in the families of the original owners. Bidding was intense throughout each day with thousands of registered bidders from numerous countries participating in house and online.
  • 25 Oct 4:20 PM

    RARE AMERICAN GLASS AND SOUTHERN MATERIAL TO HIGHLIGHT JSE & ASSOCIATES NOVEMBER AMERICANA AUCTION

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    Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates is pleased to announce its 35th Semi-Annual Americana and Fine Antiques Auction to be held November 8-10, 2018. The three-day event features the Alvina Breckel Collection of 19th-century American glass and lighting, property from an important Virginia private collection, and material deaccessioned by several institutions, including the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA). Consisting of a diverse range of rare and desirable material, the large sale promises to be a noteworthy event.
  • 02 Feb 12:49 PM

    Fresh, Unreserved Estate Collections in February Variety Auction

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    Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates’ February Variety auction contains a true diversity of material and will include everything from Native American pottery to early pewter; Arts and Crafts to early camera equipment and photographs; rare Depression glass to vintage cigar cutters and candy containers , all to be sold on February 27, 2016.
  • 16 Jan 12:42 PM

    Two-Day Glass Auction Excites Collectors From Around the Globe

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    Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates’ first auction of the 2016 season offered important collections of 18th to 20th century American and European glass in two unreserved sessions. The wide and varied selection drew 4,175 registered bidders from 43 different countries, the 1172 total lots grossed $400,000.00. All prices include the buyer’s premium.