Nearly 300 lots of American country furniture, paintings and accessories, including property from the collection of Betty Willis Barenholtz.
Southern Sleepers-Smell the Cypress
A free lecture, open to the public by Robert Leath, Senior Curator at the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts at Old Salem.
Learn how you could have been the one to discover this desk at Northeast Auctions. The desk is the earliest known signed piece of Charleston furniture, and is now in the collection of the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts.
The Collection of M. Austin & Jill R. Fine, Baltimore, Maryland
Important American furniture, fine and decorative arts and Oriental carpets. Including the David B. Gendron collection of important American furniture, property from descendants of the Hazard family of Rhode Island, property from Colonial Williamsburg Inc., The Connecticut Historical Society, and others.
Three Generations of Pennsylvania Antiquarians: The Foster-Lemmens Collection • A Separate Catalog
Pennsylvania & New England furniture, clocks, burl bowls, paintings, needlework, early brass candlesticks, silhouettes, ceramics & glass.