Teapot extravaganza toast of Jeffrey Evans ceramics sale Oct. 21

Royal Bonn monumental pedestal vase, painted with irises, from a family collection acquired in the 1920s and 1930s. Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates image.

Royal Bonn monumental pedestal vase, painted with irises, from a family collection acquired in the 1920s and 1930s. Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates image.

MT. CRAWFORD, Va. – There’s a teapot for every taste in Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates’ second annual Teapot Extravaganza, the first section of the offering of the 19th and 20th century ceramics auction Oct. 21. From novelty to Worcester, from 18th century Chinese Export porcelain to 1970s stoneware featured on Star Trek, there are teapots small, large, serious and humorous.

LiveAuctioneers.com will provide Internet live bidding.

The auction kicks off with a selection of 18th century English teapots from an Ohio private collection. From there goes into an extensive collection of British novelty, unused stacking teapots and mugs, contemporary Chinese pottery and porcelain teapots.

This auction also features a strong 19th century component, including Berlin, Meissen, KPM, majolica, Palissy ware, Staffordshire figures, Flow Blue, Prattware and ironstones, Aesthetic-period wares, R.S. Prussia and Royal Bonn, including a monumental pedestal vase.

The 20th century section of the sale includes Shelley china, a collection of mostly Continental condensed milk holders, Arts & Crafts pottery and porcelain, and British, Continental and American art pottery

The auction is preceded by a forum with distinguished teapot collectors discussing their collections, followed by a tea, to be held Oct. 20 from 3 to 5 p.m.

For further information, email info@jeffreysevans.com or call 540-434-3939.

View the fully illustrated catalog and register to bid absentee or live via the Internet as the sale is taking place by logging on to www.LiveAuctioneers.com.


ADDITIONAL LOTS OF NOTE


Royal Bonn monumental pedestal vase, painted with irises, from a family collection acquired in the 1920s and 1930s. Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates image.

Royal Bonn monumental pedestal vase, painted with irises, from a family collection acquired in the 1920s and 1930s. Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates image.

Berlin plaques and a jewel-encrusted miniature vase, part of the strong Continental porcelain section of the auction. Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates image.

Berlin plaques and a jewel-encrusted miniature vase, part of the strong Continental porcelain section of the auction. Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates image.

Items from the second part of the ‘Lil’ and Bud Marchant Shelley collection. This section of the auction also offers the Shelley collection of Lowell Wiggins of Sun City, Ariz., including vases and miniatures. Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates image.

Items from the second part of the ‘Lil’ and Bud Marchant Shelley collection. This section of the auction also offers the Shelley collection of Lowell Wiggins of Sun City, Ariz., including vases and miniatures. Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates image.

Pallisyware majolica dishes, from a Pennsylvania collection. Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates image.

Pallisyware majolica dishes, from a Pennsylvania collection. Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates image.

Eighteenth century English teapots from a private collection include these examples, part of the second annual Teapot Extravaganza. Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates image.

Eighteenth century English teapots from a private collection include these examples, part of the second annual Teapot Extravaganza. Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates image.