Press Release  August 4, 2017

Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates to Conduct Annual Summer 19th & 20th Glass & Lighting Auction

Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates will conduct a two-day auction of 19th & 20th century glass and lighting on July 28 and 29 beginning at 9:30am each day. The sale will contain over 1,350 lots featuring a prominent Connecticut estate collection, the Gerard Linschoten collection of Ridgefield, WA, part five of the Ed Kleppinger collection of New Orleans, LA, deaccessioned material from a Pennsylvania museum, plus additional private collections from Oregon, New York, and Pennsylvania.

Friday’s session one will comprise early American pattern glass (EAPG) including nearly 500 lots of ruby- and amber-stained, a collection of rare Holly Amber and other Greentown, chocolate and Vaseline glass, etc.  

Session two will begin with a collection of miniature and full-size kerosene lighting of all types including rare hanging library lamps and a large selection of fine lamp shades and other kerosene era parts. Followed by more than 80 pieces of Mt. Washington Peach Blow and Burmese, collections of Hobbs Coral/Peach Blow, rainbow satin glass, and Amberina, Victorian opalescent glass, rare H. C. Fry glass, studio glass and paperweights, plus more.

The auction catalogues are now posted at www.jeffreysevans.com as well as on Live Auctioneers and Invaluable.

The auction is on public view beginning July 26. For further information e-mail info@jeffreysevans.com, or call 540.434.3939. 

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