Folk Art And American Historical Material To Highlight JSE & Associates Sale

37th Semiannual Americana And Fine Antiques Auction
Set For Nov. 15 And 16

November 8, 2019

Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates is pleased to announce its 37th Semiannual Americana and Fine Antiques Auction to be held Friday and Saturday, Nov. 15 and 16. The two-day event features historic property from estates and collections in Virginia, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Texas, Connecticut, Georgia, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Ohio, plus museum deaccessions, including material from the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.
Session one, beginning at 9:30 a.m. EST, will feature an excellent selection of 18th- and 19th-century glass, lighting, and ceramics. Highlights include an important Bakewell, Page & Bakewell cut-glass mantel ornament with George Washington sulphide bust, ca. 1825, one of only two recorded cut examples, a newly discovered and unrecorded specimen; a cut-glass presentation compote with finely engraved steam train, ca. 1860, probably C. Dorflinger; a rare cut-overlay five-piece garniture set with 1848 New Jersey wedding provenance; rare blown three-mold articles; early lighting devices; colored candlesticks and vases; rare pressed lacy glass; flint EAPG; and an extensive selection of Staffordshire transferware including many rare American historical views.
Session two, beginning at 9:30 am EST, will include the firm’s usual fine selection of rare Virginia and other Southern material; 18th and 19th century formal and country furniture; folk pottery; 19th century coin silver; Shenandoah Valley and other folk art; a fine selection of late 18th/early 19th century English ceramic figures; Shenandoah Valley and other long rifles; early quilts and other textiles; Native American material; and Outsider art. Highlights in the session include important American and Georgian silver from the estate of Commander Buryl and Nelwyn Kay, McLean, Va., and an exciting group of American folk art from the collection of Jean and Robert Vogel, featuring fraktur, painted furniture, textiles, and ceramics.
An excellent selection of American needlework from the collection of Helen Sutton, Dallas, Texas, will also be sold. Noteworthy objects include a fine pair of portraits of brother and sister from a Bath, Maine, family, attributed to Sturtevant Hamblin; an exceptional Stirewalt family, New Market, Va., paint-decorated yellow pine diminutive box; a rare Jacob Fry, Woodstock, Va., inlaid cherry tall-case clock; a Paul Revere Jr. silver cream jug/pot; a Myer Myers silver sauce boat; a Navajo Late Classic Second Phase women’s chief’s wearing blanket; an Abraham Lincoln White House Limoges porcelain dinner plate; a Thomas Moran view of New York Harbor; a Charles Burton profile portrait of a girl; and much more.
“We are very excited to bring such an outstanding group of fresh material to the market for this auction, much of which has resided in long-term collections or descended directly in the families of the original owners. Our varied offerings of American and Southern material are especially strong and provide numerous unique buying opportunities for collectors of all levels,” stated company president Jeffrey S. Evans.
Public preview will be held at the auction house’s Mt. Crawford, Va., facility on Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 13 and 14, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on sale days from 8 a.m. until end of auction on each day.
For more information, call 540-434-3939 or visit www.jeffreysevans.com.

 

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