News-Antique.com - Aug 20,2009 - On August 29, 2009, Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates , located in Mt. Crawford, VA, will host its Early American Pattern Glass Auction live online with Artfact Live! In this extensive sale, Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates will offer more than 440 lots of glassware. A Bordered Ellipse Variant - Ruby Stained Pair Gas Shades is the top estimated lot, requiring a minimum bid of $500 and expected to sell between $1,000-$1,500.
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