Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates’ annual winter glass & lighting auction will offer an important and varied selection of 18th to 20th century American and European wares in two sessions
Session one commences at 9:30 am ET on January 26 and will include nearly 700 lots of 18th & 19th century glass and lighting featuring the collections of David and Janet Anderson, Sargentville, ME; Fraser and Lynda Reid, Exeter, NH; Ernest and Dorothy Schatz, Osterville, MA; Lois Dambach Forbush and Bliss Forbush Jr., East Haven, CT; plus others. This session with comprise a fine selection of 19th century American free-blown, pattern-molded, and pillar-molded wares; early American pressed glass including colored vases and candlesticks, cup plates, salts and other lacy; lighting from the whale oil to early kerosene periods; Pittsburgh and other early cut glass; 18th century English wine glasses; a varied selection of 18th & 19th century European glass including Bohemian; cologne bottles; antique paperweights; cut overlay; children’s toys; flint EAPG; &c.
Session two begins on Saturday, January 27 at 9:30 am ET and will comprise over 500 lots of 19th & 20th century glass and lighting featuring the collections of the Izzo family, Elkins Park, PA; Don Evans, Mt. Juliet, TN; plus others. Highlighted by a fine collection of Durand art glass, many pieces published in Durand: The Man and His Glass by Edward Meschi; other good art glass including Tiffany, Steuben, Mt. Washington, Honesdale, Imperial, Loetz, Moser, &c; a collection of 350+ syrup pitchers; Victorian glass of all types including opalescent; miniature lamps including extremely rare Honesdale and Stevens & Williams examples; opalescent kerosene lighting; cut glass including Dorflinger; paperweights and other studio glass; EAPG; &c.
The auction is on public view January 24 and 25, from 10 am to 6 pm, and January 26 and 27, from 8 am until 6pm.