AMERICAN FURNITURE, FOLK & DECORATIVE ARTS
Sale Date: May 02 2014 10am
Sale Date: May 04 2014 2pm
Sale Date: May 05 2014 12pm
Sale Date: May 20 2014 10am
Sale Date: May 21 2014 10am
Sale Date: May 22 2014 10am
White Glove Sale for The George D. Horst Collection of Fine Art: Auction Sets 18 Records for Artists and Achieves $4.3 Million
Moe Septee Collection of Musical Autographs to Headline Rare Books & Manuscripts Auction
Freeman's Asian Arts Achieves $3 Million
Top Lots from the February 25 English & Continental Furniture & Decorative Arts Auction
Top Lots from the January 29 International Sale
Since 1805, Freeman's has upheld an exemplary role as Philadelphia's leading Appraisers and Auctioneers. Freeman's has a unique history, preserving its family business and traditions for over 200 years, and is changing with the times to maintain its position in today's thriving art market.
Located on Chestnut Street in the heart of Philadelphia, Freeman's offers over 30 in-house auctions a year in sale categories including: American Furniture, Folk & Decorative Arts, English & Continental Furniture & Decorative Arts, Asian Arts, American Art & Pennsylvania Impressionists, European Art & Old Master Paintings, Modern and Contemporary Art, Photographs & Photobooks, Rare Books & Ephemera, Oriental Rugs & Carpets, Jewelry & Watches, and Silver & Objets de Vertu.
Freeman's sales specialists provide expertise and detailed understanding of the current markets along with professional accuracy and advice to our clients. In addition, Freeman's Trusts & Estates department offers a range of services for the liquidation of estates from the initial appraisal to clean sweep management with competitive consignment rates, timely reporting, settlement and professional service. Our Museum Services provide expert advice to museums and non-profits seeking to acquire individual works or collections of fine/decorative arts and furniture offered at our auctions.
The auction house's formation of a marketing alliance with Scotland's Lyon & Turnbull in 2000, has allowed Freeman's to expand into the European market. This alliance has enhanced Freeman's capability to maximize the sale potential in an international market, while maintaining the company's unique standard of one-on-one client service.
Today, the Auction house is furthering their growth with a greater concentration in specialized departments. As a leading regional auction house, Freeman's is progressing forward with the expanding global market, and is looking to the future to provide services which Freeman's clients require and deserve.