Early American pattern glass starring in Jeffrey Evans auction Sept. 28-30

Early American

Sample of the Sept. 29 cataloged session featuring nonflint EAPG of all types. Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates image


MT. CRAWFORD, Va. – Early American pattern glass (EAPG) and other 19th-century American glass will be the focus of Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates’ fall glass extravaganza to be held Sept. 28, 29 and 30. Absentee and Internet live bidding is available the second and third day of the auction through LiveAuctioneers.

Featured will be the collection of Jim Lawrence and Denver Smallwood of Chattanooga, Tenn., part one of the collection of the late Wagner Thielens of New York City, the final installment of the Ed Kleppinger collection of New Orleans, and deaccessioned items from the Sandwich Glass Museum.

The event will kick off on Sept. 28 beginning at 10 a.m. Eastern time with over 5,000 pieces of EAPG of all types to be sold by table and box lots. Included will be a large selection of ruby-stained glass.

The cataloged sessions of the sale will be held on September 29 beginning at 1 p.m. and September 30 starting at 9:30 a.m. Over 1,400 cataloged lots will be sold over the two days.

Session 1 will feature nonflint EAPG including collections of pickle/jam jars, celery vases, rare goblets and animal patterns, children’s dishes/toys, Frosted Dolphin, Snail, and Rose in Snow. In addition, a large selection of stained EAPG including collections of amber-stained Feather and Fine Cut & Block will cross the block.


Early American

Sample of the Sept. 30 cataloged session featuring 1830-1870 pressed glass and lighting, flint EAPG and early cut glass. Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates image


Session 2 highlights include Sandwich and other colored early pressed vases, candlesticks, and lamps; an outstanding collection of cup plates; salts and other colored lacy; collection of commercial cologne and scent bottles; colored cologne bottles and pomades; early colored tumblers; collection of Christmas salts; flint EAPG including collections of Waffle & Thumbprint, Magnet & Grape, Ribbed Ivy, Huber, decanters, lemonades/handled whiskeys, rare colored pieces; Pittsburgh and other early cut glass.

“Since 1995, our fall glass event has been a major gathering of glass lovers from across the United States and Canada. As in years past, we are hosting a special Eastern Regional meeting of the Early American Pattern Glass Society in conjunction with the auction,” said company president Jeffrey S. Evans.

For further information contact Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates at info@jeffreysevans.com or 540-434-3939.