Jeffrey S. Evans Important Winter Catalogued Auction of 19th & 20th C Glass

When:
Sat Jan 18, 2014 09:30AM
Where:
2177 Green Valley Lane
Mt Crawford, VA

Important Winter Catalogued Auction of 19th & 20th Century Glass
Saturday, January 18, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. ET
Featuring the Greg & Joyce Prus collection of Plantsville, CT comprising rare Sandwich and other early American glass and lighting; part one of the cranberry opalescent glass collection of Larry & Diana Nellans of Ft. Myers, FL; the final installment of the late Richard “Dick” & Mary Ann Krauss collection of Clyde, OH; Victorian and art glass from the collection of Jessie & the late Eugene Long of Broadway, VA; additional collections from Long Island, NY, Myrtle Beach, SC, Newbury Park, CA, plus others.
Early Glass & Lighting: The Prus collection comprises over 125 lots of circa 1840-1870 glass and lighting featuring many iconic examples of rare colored Sandwich vases and candlesticks, important whale oil/fluid and early kerosene lamps, lacy salts, &c. including pieces from the Elsholz, Richards, Meyer, Wakefield and Levine collections. The Pruses collected with a discerning eye towards condition and many of their pieces represent the finest known example.
Art Glass: English and French cameo; Daum Nancy; collection of Steuben; Tiffany; Loetz; Mt. Washington; Webb; Burmese; &c.
Victorian Glass: Cranberry opalescent including extremely rare Swastika syrup and water pitchers; other opalescent; collections of tumblers, salt and sugar shakers; fine satin glass; Amberina; &c.
Additional: Collection of cut glass including rainbow and other colored examples and a fine water pitcher with a Native American chief; animal and other EAPG; carnival glass including a rare Farmyard bowl; studio glass; large reference library; plus more.
Visit www.jeffreysevans.com for additional preview photos and details. The complete catalogue will be posted by January 9.
2177 Green Valley Lane | Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 | 540.434.3939 | info@jeffreysevans.com | www.jeffreysevans.com

Additional 2014 Catalogued Auctions
Variety Auction, February 22, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. ET
Featuring Arts & Crafts and Art Deco material; large selection of art work; good vintage toys, banks and dolls; country store and advertising; collections of hatpins, beaded/mesh purses, dresser boxes and other lady’s accoutrements; fine Victorian china including R.S. Prussia and Royal Bonn; Victorian glass and lighting; American art pottery; the United States coin collection of the late John Palmer including a fine collection of 1795-1836 half dollars; historical medallions; ephemera including steamship; plus much more. Preview photos posted soon.

Special Victorian Glass & Ceramics Auction, March 29, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. ET
Featuring the toothpick holder collections of Betty & Jim Maguire and Lyle & Doris Davis including all types of art glass, Victorian glass, EAPG, Royal Bayreuth, R. S. Prussia, &c.; part two of the Wilbur and Jean Rudisill collection of open salts; the Larry & Diana Nellans collection of opalescent barber and bar bottles; plus all types of other Victorian glass. We will be posting details and preview photos in January.

Note: We are pleased to be hosting a special mini-convention of the National Toothpick Holder Collector’s Society in conjunction with this auction.
A Momentous Single-Owner Americana Auction: The Collection of the late John and Lil Palmer, April 5, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. ET
We are honored to present the important Americana collection of the late John and Lil Palmer of Purcellville, VA in its entirety at unreserved auction with no additions or deletions. The Palmers were well-known and highly-respected collectors of Americana focusing on Virginia and the South with a special emphasis on important Virginia folk pottery. John recorded detailed provenance and research notes for their collection and many pieces carry publication and exhibition records. Preview photos and further details will be posted soon. A full-color catalogue will be produced for this landmark auction. It will be available by March 15 and can be ordered by phone or through our website.

Important 18th & 19th Century Ceramics, May 6, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. ET
Featuring part one of the important English pearlware collection of George and Mickey Deike including many examples published in their 2005 tome Feathers and Foliage – The Life and Times  of the Pearlware Peafowl; and the early flow blue collection of Greg and Joyce Prus. Preview photos and further details will be posted in January.
This auction will be held in conjunction with the inaugural Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates Ceramics Seminar to be held on May 4 and 5. Visit our educational page for details.

Important 18th & 19th Century Glass & Lighting, May 21, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. ET
Featuring the 50-year collection of the late Lois Hirschmann of Marion, MA, being sold to benefit the Sandwich Glass Museum’s Endowment Fund. To be followed by the second half of the late Dr. E. R. Eller’s collection, former curator at the Carnegie Museum in Pittsburgh, and a New Jersey estate collection formed in the 1940s and packed away for 40+ years. Initial preview photos and further details will be posted in January.

Important Miniature Lamps: The Hulsebus Collection Part II, May 31, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. ET
We are pleased to announce the second 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.
This sale features more than 300 lots comprising selections for the beginning to advanced collector. Yvonne Lynch serving as agent for the Hulsebus estate and providing the primary catalogue entries and photography of the collection.

Americana & Fine Antiques: Featuring Virginia and the South, June 21, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. ET
Featuring our usual fine selection of rare Virginia & other Southern material, 18th & 19th century American formal and country furniture, fine & decorative arts, important Shenandoah Valley material, folk art, country accessories, textiles, silver, &c. Details will be posted as they become available.
We are accepting quality consignments to this auction until April 15.
Specialists in glass, lighting and ceramics from the 18th to 20th centuries, Southern decorative arts, Americana, and fine antiques of all types. Conducting monthly catalogued auctions as well as providing appraisal and collection management services.

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