Sat Nov 16, 2013 09:30AM
Catalogued Auction of Americana & Fine Antiques featuring Virginia and the South
November 16, 2013 at 9:30 a.m. ET
Jeffrey S. Evans & Assoc.
Specialists in American glass and lighting, 17th to 20th century ceramics, as well as Southern decorative arts, Americana, and fine antiques of all types. Conducting monthly catalogued auctions as well as providing appraisal and collection management services. Including important material that has descended in early Virginia families, along with estate property and private collections from Virginia, Washington, DC, Canada, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, &c. Featuring rare 18th & 19th century Virginia & other Southern furniture, decorative arts and silver; important Shenandoah Valley of Virginia folk pottery; American folk art; fine art and statuary; antique oriental carpets; clocks; weaponry; samplers
and other textiles; 18th & 19th century ceramics and glass; fine jewelry & watches; Colonial Williamsburg reproductions including Baker & Kittinger furniture; &c. See jeffreysevans.com for additional preview photos and details. The complete catalogue will be posted by November 7.
Exceptional hand-painted Meissen cabinet plates, two of five that have descended in the family of John and Sarah Dooley of Maymont, Richmond, VA.
Sample of Virginia and North Carolina furniture including an extremely rare Chippendale walnut bottle case on stand and a Chippendale river birch dressing table from the same shop as the example illustrated by Hurst and Prown, Southern Furniture 1680-1830 – The Colonial Williamsburg Collection, p. 285, fig. 86. And a good 18th century English bracket clock, from a selection of British and other timepieces.
Russian works of art including pieces by and after Faberge, from a Canadian private collection.
From an estate collection of weaponry and militaria.
Kentucky-style long rifles including signed Valley of Virginia examples.
From a large selection of Asian, English and other ceramics.
Signed Fabio Fabbi (Italian, 1861-1946) oil on canvas, 23” x 16 ½” sight. From a large selection of American
and European artwork.
We are actively seeking quality consignments for future Americana, glass, ceramics & other specialty auctions.
Contact Beverley Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org or 540.434.3939, ext. 140, for details.
Important Petersburg, VA Chippendale black walnut armchair, circa 1775 from the personal collection of Milly McGehee, and a fine Winchester, VA Federal walnut child’s chest of drawers that has descended in the Bell and Henkel families of
Winchester. Along with two Rockingham Co., VA stoneware squat pots with original covers.
Important miniature portrait of Thomas Boyle Campbell (1796-1858), Winchester, VA silversmith, circa 1823; from a group of items that have descended directly in the family including an oil on canvas portrait of Campbell, family silver and archival materials. To be sold together as a single lot.
From a large selection of rare Southern folk pottery including Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and Edgefield, SC examples. Fine Philadelphia Classical mahogany breakfront secretary in three sections.
Important signed George Kring (1787-1827), New Market, VA walnut tall-case clock in excellent running condition. Published: Virginia Antiques by Marleine Reader Harris, 1953, p. 147.
2177 Green Valley Lane | Mt. Crawford, VA 22841
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