Jeffrey S. Evans Catalogued Auction of Miniature Lamps plus Other Victorian Lighting

When:
Sat Oct 26, 2013 09:30AM
Where:
2177 Green Valley Lane
Mt Crawford, VA

Important Catalogued Auction of Miniature Lamps – The Hulsebus Collection Part 1 Plus other Victorian Lighting
2177 Green Valley Lane | Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 | 540.434.3939 | info@jeffreysevans.com
We are actively seeking quality consignments for future Americana, glass, ceramics & other specialty auctions.Contact Beverley Evans at beverley@jeffreysevans.com or 540.434.3939, ext. 140, for details.
October 26, 2013 at 9:30 a.m. ETSpecialists in 18th to 20th c. glass and ceramics, Southern decorative arts, Americana, and fine antiques of all types. Conducting monthly catalogued auctions as well as providing appraisal services.
We are honored to announce the first of three auctions of the renowned miniature
lamp collection of the late Marge Hulsebus of Redlands, CA. This comprehensive collection numbers more than 1,200 total pieces spanning all categories of miniature lamps. Many of the Hulsebus lamps were featured in her two reference volumes, Miniature Victorian Lamps published in 1994 and Miniature Lamps of the Victorian Era published in 2004.
The collection will be divided equally between auctions with selections for the beginning to advanced collector included in each sale. Yvonne Lynch serving as agent for the Hulsebus estate and providing the primary catalogue entries and photography of the collection.
Miniature Lamps
Immediately following the Hulsebus miniature lamps we will sell over 300 fairy lamps from the collection of Lloyd and Nan Graham of Newbury  Park, CA. Representing all types of glass including cameo, Burmese, air-trap satin, Nailsea-type, &c.; and all styles including hanging, multiunit centerpieces, Doulton ceramic bases, three-piece skirted examples, high standards, figural china nursery lights, lithophanes, jeweled ormolu, related accessories and parts, &c.
Fairy Lamps
To include fine Victorian hanging and other lighting from the Donald Scannell
estate collection of Kernville, CA. Library lamps featuring a rare cranberry
diamond quilt Charles Parker “Starpoint Petticoat” plus other rare jeweled
frames and colored umbrella shades, banquet and parlor lamps, opalescent stand
lamps, etc. See our web site for additional photos.
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