Freeman 's Expands to Richmond

07/23/2015     News and Film

Freeman 's is pleased to announce the opening of their second southeast regional office at 5401 Patterson Avenue in the historic capital city of Richmond. The new office will provide the area with a local connection to the global art market through auction and appraisal services as well as cultural events and community involvement. “Freeman 's is a world class auction house with an established international presence. Our firm maintains a strong a focus on client service and is built on the experience of our specialists, all of whom possess a comprehensive knowledge of their fields and market conditions. We 're excited to bring our expertise to the greater Richmond area,” said Vice President Colin Clarke.Business Development Director Holen Miles Lewis added, “For the past ten years, the Southeast office has successfully assisted Virginians with buying and selling fine art, antiques, jewelry, and more at auction. We 're enthusiastic about the expansion and the services we 're offering to the region, whether we 're helping individuals enhance their collections or assisting families with their estates.”Recent works from Virginia sold in Freeman 's auctions include:A painted and decorated pine blanket chest made by Johannes Spitler (1774-1837), sold for $350,500A Cartier platinum, natural pearl, diamond and sapphire necklace, sold for $217,000A gouache “Psyche” by British artist Edward Burne-Jones (1833-1898), sold for $194,500A fine pair of Chinese huanghuali armchairs, 18th century, sold for $159,750In addition to Freeman 's auction services, the regional office is committed to the Richmond community. Presently, Freeman 's Southeast office is a corporate sponsor to the Virginia Museum of Fine Art, one of the very best museums in the country, and the new office promises to build a greater presence with events that are free and open to the public:September 15-17Auction Highlights Exhibition: The fall season will kick off with an Autumn Auction Highlights Exhibition. Works being offered at auction this fall, including paintings and bronzes by John Emms, Alfred Munnings and Rosa Bonheur, along with an interesting mix of silver, jewelry, and decorative objects will be on view. Free and open to the public. September 16Open Appraisal Days: Beginning September 16th and scheduled for the third Wednesday of every month from 10am-2pm, Freeman 's invites the public to discover what their treasures are worth. Our fine art, antiques, and jewelry specialists at the Patterson Avenue office will provide free verbal estimates for selling at auction on up to 3 items per person. Free and open to the public. Reservations are preferred, but not required.Freeman 's Richmond                                                                                    5401 Patterson Avenue                                                                                Richmond, VA 23226434-409-0114For more information about Freeman 's Richmond officeFor media & image inquiries:  Melissa Geller | 267.414.1228 |