Eclectic collections comprise Jeffrey Evans auction April 27-28
CRAWFORD, Va. – The Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates Spring Antiques, Fine and Decorative Arts Auction contains a wide selection of material and will include everything from fine art and jewelry to early lighting and Asian ceramics. The large auction will take place over two days, Friday, April 27, and Saturday, April 28. View the fully illustrated catalogs and bid on LiveAuctioneers.
Friday’s session, beginning at 9:30 a.m. Eastern time, should start the weekend off with a bang and features American and European art glass from the collection of the late Wagner Thielens, New York, N.Y.; the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lipsky, Brooklyn, N.Y.; the Ellen O’Brien collection, Sarasota, Fla.; and the Bob and Margie Skromme, Celina, Ohio, lifetime collection of over 400 peg lamps of all types; plus more. Highlights include a fine offering of Imperial, rare examples of Honesdale, and a select grouping of studio glass.
Saturday’s session, beginning at 9:30 a.m., should prove to be equally exciting and features an outstanding selection of fine jewelry from estates and collections, including antique, vintage and designer examples; a large selection of fine art, including American, Continental and Asian works by listed artists; as well as a collection of bronzes; 18th and 19th century ceramics, including a collection of rare majolica, American and European art pottery, fine porcelains, including Chinese and Japanese examples; and British and Continental furniture and accessories.
Topping the fine jewelry is an estate-fresh 5.45 carat high-grade diamond solitaire ring.
Additional highlights include an outstanding signed Kinkozan Japanese Satsuma vase; a group of recently discovered works by American artist John Francis Stenvall (1907-1998); and a rare Georgian inlaid satinwood diminutive cabinet bearing its original printed label for Nicholas Middleton, a London cabinetmaker and retailer who supplied goods to the king and other members of the royal family during the first quarter of the 19th century.
For additional information contact Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 540-434-3939.