Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates will conduct a two-day auction of 19th & 20th century glass and lighting on July 27 and 28 beginning at 9:30 am each day. The sale will contain over 1,400 lots. The event will actually kick-off on Thursday, July 26 at 4:00 pm with a massive offering of uncatalogued lamp parts including shades, burners, chimneys, hanging lamps, etc.
Friday’s catalogued session one will feature the outstanding kerosene lighting collection of the late Thomas R. Golden, Wilmington, DE; material from the Culver Collection, Tom & Michael Andrews, Berlin, MD (part 1); plus others. Comprising rare early kerosene lighting including four marriage lamps, marbrie loops, latticinos, cut overlays, and reed ovals; Victorian opalescent including examples with matching chimneys and finger lamps; rare figural stand and finger lamps; miniature lamps; large selection of hanging lamps including rare “End of Day” Bullseye shade library lamps; many good parlor and piano lamps; lot of good parts including shades, burners, and chimneys; plus more.
Session two will feature the Greentown glass collection of Joyce Freed, Chester, VA; selections from the collection of Patricia and the late Robert “Bob” Costa, Deland, FL; a Bel Air, MD collection; a Raleigh, NC collection; plus others. The auction will also include a large selection of Victorian glass of all types including collections of syrups, cruets, glass baskets, and tumblers; Mt. Washington Burmese and other art glass; cut glass; a collection of milk glass including a Boar’s Head covered dish; collection of Cambridge Crown Tuscan; plus more.
The auction catalogues are now posted at jeffreysevans.com as well as on Live Auctioneers and Invaluable.
The auction is on public view beginning July 25. For further information visit jeffreysevans.com, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 540.434.3939.