5.20.2015 18th & 19th Century Glass & Lighting

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Featured collections of Dr. Larry McCallister, James Federline, the Lowell/Lomas collection, museum consignments, plus others. Rare colored vases including six Sandwich Tulip vases; colored candlesticks including five NEGC Caryatids; many whale oil and fluid lamps including rare colored examples; rare Pittsburgh and other cut and engraved wares; flint EAPG; plus more. Visit www.jeffreysevans.com May 20 2015 auction for details.

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Top lot of the auction was this mportant Pittsburgh engraved celery vase featuring a seated greyhound. Attributed to Bakewell, Page and Bakewell, circa 1830, it sold for $37,375.00. Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates images

Auction Results to make Mcllhany magic collection vanish Sept. 16-17

AZUSA, Calif. – On Sept. 16-17 Auction Results, in conjunction with Owen Magic Supreme, will auction the exquisite magic collection of William H. McIlhany (1951-2017). Absentee and Internet bidding is available through LiveAuctioneers. Bill McIlhany was the consummate collector of all things magical and was considered one of the most knowledgeable magic collectors in …

Lot #811 RIPLEY MARRIAGE / WEDDING KEROSENE STAND LAMP

RIPLEY MARRIAGE / WEDDING KEROSENE STAND LAMP, | Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates

RIPLEY MARRIAGE / WEDDING KEROSENE STAND LAMP, for auction. colorless fonts and match holder center, jade green Baroque base, embossed on match holder "PATENTED SEP 20 1870" and below "D. C. RIPLEY. & CO", No. 1 fine-line collars, brass connector. Reproduction colorless match cover. Fitted with a near matching pair Bridgeport Brass Co. Leader No. 1 lip burners. Ripley & Co. Circa 1870. 12 3/8" H to top of collar, 4 7/8" SQ base. Excellent condition, fonts with some expected minor wear, light…

Lot #809 RIPLEY MARRIAGE / WEDDING KEROSENE STAND LAMP

RIPLEY MARRIAGE / WEDDING KEROSENE STAND LAMP, | Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates

RIPLEY MARRIAGE / WEDDING KEROSENE STAND LAMP, for auction. translucent starch blue fonts, alabaster/clambroth match holder center and original cover, opaque white with some faint mottling Baroque base, font supports embossed on one side "D. C. RIPLEY & CO" and other side "PAT. PENDING.", No. 1 fine-line collars, brass connector. Fitted with a period pair of Dyotts No. 1 lip burners with a twist-up gallery, thumbwheel marked "DYOTTS. PAT. JAN. 6. 1864" and 3 1/2" standard shade rings. Ripley…

Lot #578  PRESSED RIBBED CHAMBERSTICK

PRESSED RIBBED CHAMBERSTICK, translucent jade | Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates

PRESSED RIBBED CHAMBERSTICK, translucent jade for auction. green, skirted base with a central eight-lobe socket and an applied ring handle, factory polished table ring and socket top. Original nickel-plated brass chimney gallery plastered to base, original colorless cylinder chimney/shade with a needle etched spiral band to top and frosted finish to lower half. Boston & Sandwich Glass Co. Circa 1860-1888. 7 7/8" H to top of shade, 2 1/2" H to socket top, 4 5/8" D skirt. Undamaged.Literature…

Lot #295 IMPORTANT PITTSBURGH BLOWN, CUT, AND ENGRAVED CELERY GLASS / VASE

IMPORTANT PITTSBURGH BLOWN, CUT, AND ENGRAVED | Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates

IMPORTANT PITTSBURGH BLOWN, CUT, AND ENGRAVED for auction. CELERY GLASS / VASE, colorless lead glass, the deep, bucket-shaped bowl features a detailed landscape depicting a seated greyhound, finely fringed carnations, an urn with cascading daisies, and a shield containing the initials "S. A. T.", above tall cut flutes bisected by two horizontal bands. Plain, flared rim with foliate border below. The whole raised on a compressed-knop stem and circular ray-cut foot. Pittsburgh, possibly…

Lot #158 BAKER'S TENNESSEE CURE BOTTLE,

BAKER'S TENNESSEE CURE BOTTLE, medium amber, | Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates

BAKER'S TENNESSEE CURE BOTTLE, medium amber, for auction. flattened sides with indented window on front, embossed "BAKER'S / VEGETABLE / BLOOD & LIVER / CURE", "LOOKOUT / MOUNTAIN / MEDICINE CO / MANUFACTURERS / & / PROPRIETORS" and "GREENVILLE / TENN", colored mouth, smooth base. Fourth quarter 19th century. 9 3/4" H. Undamaged. Provenance: From the collection of James Federline of Butler, TN.

Lot #164 CONICAL PANELED INKWELL / BOTTLE

CONICAL PANELED INKWELL / BOTTLE, cornflower | Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates

CONICAL PANELED INKWELL / BOTTLE, cornflower for auction. blue, 12-sided form, tooled mouth, rough pontil mark. Circa 1840-1860. 2 1/8" H, 2" D base. Undamaged, some interior residue/dirt.Literature: Parallels Covill - Ink bottles and Inkwells, p. 52, fig. 182. Provenance: From a Pennsylvania private collection.

Lot #1047  	LEE/ROSE NO. 677-G CUP PLATE

LEE/ROSE NO. 677-G CUP PLATE, colorless with | Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates

LEE/ROSE NO. 677-G CUP PLATE, colorless with for auction. green tint, olive green inclusions and streaks, octagonal with six scallops between corners. Color unrecorded, Bilane recorded one faint green tint example, "Parker sale to Rose". Midwestern. Circa 1830-1840. 3 7/16" D. Near proof, three very lightly tipped scallops and two very small top-rim spalls.Literature: Lee/Rose, p. 366. Parallels Elsholz, lot 1802. Bilane, p. 36. Provenance: From the collection of the late Stanley C. Goodwin…

Lot #44  	FREE-BLOWN THOMAS CAINS CHAIN-DECORATED QUART DECANTER

FREE-BLOWN THOMAS CAINS CHAIN-DECORATED QUART | Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates

FREE-BLOWN THOMAS CAINS CHAIN-DECORATED QUART for auction. DECANTER, colorless, Prussian form with two pinched-chain bands, two applied tripartite neck rings, flanged mouth, and a rough pontil mark, with period pressed stopper. Attributed to Thomas Cains' South Boston Flint Glass Works (1812-1822) / Cains' Glass House (1822-1852). Circa 1822-1845. 10 1/2" HOA, 8 1/2" mouth. Undamaged.Literature: Wilson - American Glass, vol. 1, fig. 153. Parallels Kaiser - South Boston, fig. 41. Provenance…

Lot #11 IMPORTANT AMERICAN FREE-BLOWN BIRD-FORM OPEN SALT

IMPORTANT AMERICAN FREE-BLOWN BIRD-FORM OPEN | Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates

IMPORTANT AMERICAN FREE-BLOWN BIRD-FORM OPEN for auction. SALT, strong bottle green, shallow conical bowl with gathered neck and head, wings, and tail feathers applied in four sections at rim, slight kick-up base with rough pontil mark. Probably South Jersey, possibly New England. Second half 19th century. 2 5/8" HOA, 2" D inner rim. Undamaged. Provenance: Recently discovered on the NY-VT border.Catalogue Note: An outstanding example of American Folk Art in glass. Catalogue Note: Made by a…

Lot #1 MONUMENTAL FREE-BLOWN TRUMPET VASE

MONUMENTAL FREE-BLOWN TRUMPET VASE, brilliant | Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates

MONUMENTAL FREE-BLOWN TRUMPET VASE, brilliant for auction. deep amethyst, deep conical bowl with a boldly folded rim, raised on an applied quadruple-knop stem and a circular foot with a polished pontil mark. Boston & Sandwich Glass Co. and others. Circa 1840-1870. 17" HOA, 4 3/4" D rim, 5 1/8" D foot. Undamaged.Literature: Parallels B & K III, fig. 3004. Provenance: From the collection of Bob Koren of Macedonia, Ohio.Catalogue Note: This is one of only a few known examples of a similar size.

Numerous colored lacy-period creamers and covered sugar bowls several ex-Elsholz collection.

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Sample of Sandwich Tulip vases.

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