Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals
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Case Auctions is based in Knoxville, Tennessee, where our gallery is located, with a satellite office in Nashville, Tennessee, but our reach is worldwide. We conduct cataloged auctions of investment-quality art and antiques under the stewardship of knowledgeable professionals, including three accredited appraisers on staff. We accept consignments of objects of value: single items, large estates, or collections deaccessioned by museums, colleges or universities, and other institutions. We work closely with trust officers and estate attorneys, estate executors or other individuals responsible for dispersing estates, as well as museum curators, private collectors seeking to refine or upgrade their collections, and individuals who are downsizing. John Case is the founder and president of Case Auctions, Inc. and co-owns the company with his wife, Stephanie. He has over 20 years of experience researching and evaluating American antiques and art, with a specialization in early Southern decorative arts. John is an accredited member of the Appraisers Association of America (AAA), the oldest professional association of personal property appraisers in the United States, and maintains current with the Appraisal Foundation's Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) requirements. John has lectured on Southern material culture at Colonial Williamsburg, the Museum of Early Decorative Arts (MESDA), the William King Regional Arts Center, the Appraisers Association of America national convention, and the International Society of Appraisers national convention. He also authored "Regionalism Considerations: A Southern Focus" in the Appraisers Association of America handbook, APPRAISING ART: THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO APPRAISING THE FINE AND DECORATIVE ARTS. John was a contributing editor for the First Museum's ART OF TENNESSEE exhibit in Nashville and was appointed to the Tennessee Executive Residence Preservation Foundation (TERPF) in 2012, and was later elected chairman. John continues to lead the Tennessee Executive Residence task force which works closely with the First Lady of Tennessee and the State Museum to acquire and manage art, furniture, and objects of historic significance to enrich the Tennessee Executive Residence (also known as the Governor's Mansion), with particular emphasis on objects with a Tennessee provenance. John is currently a member of the Museum of Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA) advisory board. John grew up around his family's antiques and estate sale business in Kingsport, TN. He earned a degree in Biomedical/Biochemical engineering from Duke University and worked in that field while continuing to consult with his family's antique and estate sale business, completing a museum graduate course sponsored by MESDA at Wake Forest University. In 2005, he decided to follow his lifelong interest in art, antiques, and technology to open an auction firm using the latest technology to provide worldwide marketing and bidder participation.
Upcoming Auctions from Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals
Fall Decorative Arts AuctionThe October 6th and 7th Fall auction will take place at our Knoxville, Tennessee headquarters. In-person bidding plus phone, absentee, and internet bidding will be available. Over 800+ lots of fine art, antiques, and jewelry from the Tennessee estates of Naomi Judd, Jo Ann Cline Yates of Lookout Mountain, the collection of Ronnie Steine of Nashville, and deaccessioned objects from the Hunter Museum of American Art in Chattanooga, and the Brooks Museum of Art in Memphis.
Starts on: Oct 06, 2023 4:00 PM EDTKnoxville, TN, US
Fall Fine Art and Antique AuctionThe October 6th and 7th Fall auction will take place at our Knoxville, Tennessee headquarters. In-person bidding plus phone, absentee, and internet bidding will be available. Over 800+ lots of fine art, antiques, and jewelry from the Tennessee estates of Naomi Judd, Jo Ann Cline Yates of Lookout Mountain, the collection of Ronnie Steine of Nashville, and deaccessioned objects from the Hunter Museum of American Art in Chattanooga, and the Brooks Museum of Art in Memphis.
Starts on: Oct 07, 2023 9:00 AM EDTKnoxville, TN, US
Bidder Reviews for Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals (277)
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wai FHouston, TX
Aug 08, 2023
For a bidder, we need to know the detail of the items, unfortunately not all can provide as this auctioneer.
JillStudio City, CA
Aug 04, 2023
Amazing item, easy transaction, excellent shipping-thanks so much!!
Jul 30, 2023
The Best auction house. No question
Out of all the auctions I’ve attended, online and in person, they are simple the best. No competition. They also handled my father’s estate auction with alacrity and care. Can’t say enough about them.
Estrellita Fremont, CA
Jul 30, 2023
Loved my purchase! Exactly as described.
The handbags were even more amazing in person. Easy checkout and shipping partners were responsive and helpful.
DeannaJohnson City, TN
Jul 29, 2023
So happy with Case Antiques Auction … my item is even better than expected.
The professionals at Case Auction made the payment and pickup process seamless. Case always has great auction items at great prices. Don’t let buying at auction be intimidating, Case is a very reliable auction company.
Jul 29, 2023
Auction items were delivered as promised in perfect condition, wrapped
Great experience with their staff.
Jul 19, 2023
Excellent overall experience
JeffGranite City, IL
Jul 18, 2023
A + +
Super easy to work with and very accommodating. Will definitely be bidding again.
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