Country Americana, Glass & Ceramics Lead Garth’s Fall Auction Schedule As summer winds down and kids head back to school, Garth’s is prepping for two solid auctions in back to back weekends on September 6-7 for Country Americana auction & September 13 for Ceramics & Glas
Sandwich glass lamps, Bohemian glass, lacy glass cup plates & dishes, Rockingham, Bennington pottery, yellowware, redware, stoneware ink bottles, Bargeware, Pittsburgh tumblers and tasters, and more, the catalog goes live online August 23rd. While the dispersal of a beloved collection is always a tough process, Joyce Haan stated “We knew we could trust Garth’s to sell our treasured collection.”
One of the fine pieces of glass includes an American Emerald green trumpet vase in the loop pattern on a white marble base. Ex Paul Carpenter (Ohio), the 11” high piece sold at Garth's once before in October, 1997. It is estimated $400-$600. Lovers of Victorian glass will have a good selection from which to choose including an exceptional Vaseline hexagonal pattern, footed sweetmeat bowl (estimate $100-$150.
Historic Staffordshire transferware with American scenes is highly collectible and well represented. A red English jug, ca. 1830-1840, from Jackson's American Scenery Series depicts "Schenectady on the Mohawk" (estimate $300-$400). Several lots by Adams are also to be sold including a red wash jug of "Chess Players", 12" high, and a group of three red plates depicting "View Near Conway, N. Hampshire", 9"d. and "Monte Video Connecticut". The estimates are $200-300 and $200-$250, respectively.
For further information about these September auctions, contact Garth’s at 740-362-4771 or visit www.garths.com. Consignments are still being accepted for Garth’s upcoming fall schedule including the October 4th Eclectic Auction, the October 5th The J. Garland Warren Country Store Collection, and the November 1st Gentleman’s Auction of Sporting Weapons, Taxidermy & more.