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Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates, Inc.
 AuctionZip Auctioneer ID # 18190  

Jeffrey Evans
2177 Green Valley Ln
Mt. Crawford, VA 22841

Phone: 540-434-3939

Jeff Evans is the former president and senior auctioneer of Green Valley Auctions, Inc. (1979-2008) and the head of GVA's specialty/catalogued auction division (1995-2008).

Effective January 1, 2009, Jeff and wife/co-owner Beverley Evans withdrew the catalogued auction division from Green Valley Auctions and launched a new company, Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates, Inc. through which they continue to conduct the quality catalogued auctions of Americana and Fine Antiques that brought national attention to Green Valley Auctions over the years. A new, state-of-the-art auction gallery was completed in June 2009, within walking distance of the former location.

Jeff Evans' expertise in early American glass and 18th and 19th century Shenandoah Valley furniture and decorative arts is recognized throughout Virginia and across the United States. He has worked as an appraiser and consultant for Virginia collections at the Woodrow Wilson Birthplace and the Frontier Culture Museum (both in Staunton, VA), the Stonewall Jackson House (Lexington, VA), the Shenandoah Valley Folk Art and Heritage Center (Dayton, VA), and the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley/MESDA (Winchester, VA).

Some of the numerous national institutions with which Evans has worked closely include the Corning Museum of Glass (Corning, NY), the Sandwich Glass Museum (Sandwich, MA), the Museum of American Glass in WV (Weston, WV), and the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts (Winston-Salem, NC).

Jeff has lectured and conducted classes on antiques including American glass and Shenandoah Valley pottery. In 2004, Jeff's extensive knowledge of Valley pottery was showcased when he served as guest curator and co-authored the accompanying exhibit catalogue, "A Great Deal of Stone & Earthen Ware, The Rockingham County, Virginia School of Folk Pottery."

As a guest speaker at the 2009 MESDA furniture seminar, Jeff lectured on Shenandoah Valley of VA Seating Forms of the Late 18th to Early 20th Centuries, a subject he has been documenting and researching since the early 1970s. Jeff served as guest curator for the related exhibit "Come In and Have a Seat: Vernacular Chairs of the Shenandoah Valley," mounted at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley from December 2009 through June 2010. The exhibit yielded the exceptional Evans-authored catalogue/reference volume of the same name - the first catalogue ever published in conjunction with an MSV-organized changing exhibition.

The Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates company logo is inspired by the decoration found on the circa 1800 Shenandoah Valley of Virginia hanging cupboard that brought the highest price in the history of Jeff Evans' catalogued auctions. Boldly painted by Johannes Spitler in red, white and blue, and featuring a six-point buck bounding diagonally across the door panel, the cupboard achieved a record price for American painted furniture when it sold on November 13, 2004 for $962,500.

Current Auction Listings

 April 25, 2015: Antiques, Fine & Decorative Arts
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 Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates
  Mt. Crawford, VA Sat Apr 25 - 09:30AM
Antiques, Fine & Decorative Arts: April 25, 2015 - From numerous East Coast estates we will offer unreserved a large selection of Asian art, porcelain, and decorative accessories; 18th-20th century American, English and Continental furniture; paintings, prints, and statuary; Victoriana; music boxes; Arts & Crafts material and art pottery including a collection of Haynes Ware; Pairpoint and   [ View Full Listing ]

 May 20, 2015: 18th & 19th Century Glass & Lighting
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 Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates
  Mt. Crawford, VA Wed May 20 - 09:30AM
Our May 20, 2015 auction features the collections of Dr. Larry McCallister of Muncie, IN and James Federline of Butler, TN, the Lowell/Lomas collection from Boston, MA and Hopkinton, NH that was started in the 1930s, museum consignments, plus others. Featuring rare colored vases including six Sandwich Tulip vases; colored candlesticks including five NEGC Caryatids; many whale oil and fluid lamps   [ View Full Listing ]

 May 30, 2015: Miniature Lamps, Kerosene & Related
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 Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates
  Mt. Crawford, VA Sat May 30 - 09:30AM
Our May 30, 2015 auction features the Rick Hornwood collection (Camarillo, CA) of 375+ miniature lamps comprising selections for the beginning to advanced collector including an extensive selection of figural ceramic examples along with fine art glass, rare doll-house examples, &c. Yvonne Lynch is serving as agent for the Hornwood collection and providing the primary catalogue entries. The   [ View Full Listing ]