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David Walker

David Walker
Vice President, Department Head


Sarah Blattner

Sarah Blattner
Department Administrator



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Silver & Objets de Vertu

We are now accepting consignments through mid-October for our December auction of Silver & Objets de Vertu.  To make your appointment for a private complimentary consultation, please contact  Sarah Blattner at 267.414.1225 or

Your regional office representatives are also available to assist you with consignments for this or any other upcoming auction:
Gabrielle Dominique Aruta, Main Line
Kelly Wright, New England Region

Colin Clarke, Southeast Region
William A. Rudd, Midwest Region
Michael Larsen, West Coast

 Freeman’s has been selling silver and objets de vertu for seven generations and is now conducting auctions dedicated to this genre. The bi-annual Silver & Objets de Vertu auction is conducted every spring and fall and includes American, English, and Continental silver from the seventeenth to the nineteenth-centuries, as well as Modern and Post-War pieces by well-known makers such as Buccellati, Tiffany, and Georg Jensen. In addition to fine tableware, centerpieces, candelabra, and flatware services, these auctions also highlight objets de vertu, including Russian enamel, gold boxes, scent bottles, and card and cigarette cases.

Highlights from recent auctions include:

  • Faberge silver and enameled firebird kovsh which sold for $533,000
  • A George Paulding Farnham silver and enameled vase for Tiffany and Co. achieved $115,000
  • A pair of French silver seven-light candelabra by Jean-Baptiste-Claude Odiot, circa 1830, sold for $55,000

Freeman’s attracts an international audience through its catalogs and website, and is best known for continually offering quality material. We welcome consignments, from single items to entire estates, and always employ an effective marketing strategy to maximize auction results. Please contact a member of our Silver & Objets de Vertu department if you wish to discuss buying or consigning works with Freeman’s.