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The Chain-Border Pressed Glass Tray 

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Irradiation 101


Morning Glory Goblet & Wine


 
Ladies at Auctions (from Godey's Lady's Book and Magazine, 1867) 
 

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Decorative Arts of the Shenandoah Valley: A Brief Examination of High Style Arts, Folk Arts & Vernacular Arts presented March 28, 2010 by Scott H. Suter, associate professor of English and American Studies at Bridgewater (VA) College.  Introduction  View Slideshow
 
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1. Jeff Evans' lecture A Family Affair: Stoneware Traditions of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia presented during the January 2013 Virginia stoneware seminar held at MESDA.
 
2. Jeff Evans' pre-sale discussion of June 22, 2013 auction lot 1, the Emanuel Suter stoneware honey/sugar pot that ultimately sold for $86,250 (a new record price for Virginia pottery).  To view video, follow this link then click PLAY button at bottom left. 
 
3.  Watch pilot episode of Virginia's Treasures featuring Jeff Evans as expert on VA antiques and collectibles. The pilot episode aired on WVPT at 9:00 PM ET on Thursday, September 26, 2013.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Cupboard

Important Shenandoah Valley Johannes Spitler (1774-1837) Decorated Yellow Pine Hanging Cupboard, Circa 1800 - Sold $962,500, November 13, 2004, lot 237, for a Page Co., VA estate. In 2004, we discovered and sold this iconic piece of American folk art setting a world record price for American folk art painted furniture.

Cobalt Jug

Diamond Thumbprint EAPG Pint Jug, Boston & Sandwich Glass Co., Circa 1850. One of only two recorded examples in this color - Sold $18,150, September 25, 2004, lot 477, from a prominent Virginia collection. A record price for Early American Pattern Glass.

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