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Now Accepting Consignments for our Summer Auction!

Many consignments can be evaluated via emailed photos. Click here for details. Our next major auction, schduled for July 11 -12 in Knoxville, will feature fine art, antiques, and jewelry from several Tennessee estates including the estate of Kathleen Preston of Chattanooga, the estate of Jimmy Neely of Smyrna, the estate of Raeanne Rubenstein of Nashville, the estate of Dr. Howard T. Dehaven of Columbia, the estate of Anne Harrison & Joseph F. Taylor, Morristown, the living estate of Frances Fulton, Knoxville, the estates of Janet Winn and Dr. Sara Parks Pendleton of Kentucky, and objects deaccessioned from the Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis.
Contact us in Knoxville at 865-558-3033, in Nashville at 615-812-6096, or email us photos, descriptions, and your contact info to photos@caseantiques.com

Averaging more than 5000 bidders from 60 countries.

Now accepting consignments for our next large auction with all bidding types - live in-person, absentee, phone and Internet.
The Summer Auction is set for 2 days - July 11 & 12, 2020.

Thank you for a record-setting January 25th & 26th two day sale! Over 6000 registered bidders participated internationally, achieving the highest total sales and highest-selling lot in company history. Highlights included the William Edmondson "Preacher" sculpture realizing $540,000, and a new auction record for a Carroll Cloar (TN, 1913-1993) painting, realizing $66,000. Other highlights included a GIA certified 4.18 carat round brilliant diamond (VVS2, E) realizing $78,000 and an Andrew Clemens patriotic sand art bottle realizing $66,000.
All sold prices include the buyers premium.
See the Auction Highlights here.

July 13th, 2019

Thank you for an extraordinary July 13th auction with the highest sales total in company history and over 5400 registered bidders.

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Thank you for a record-setting January 25th & 26th two day sale! Over 6000 registered bidders participated internationally, achieving the highest total sales and highest-selling lot in company history. Highlights included the William Edmondson “Preacher” sculpture realizing $540,000, and a new auction record for a Carroll Cloar (TN, 1913-1993) painting, realizing $66,000. Other highlights included a GIA certified 4.18 carat round brilliant diamond (VVS2, E) realizing $78,000 and an Andrew Clemens patriotic sand art bottle realizing $66,000.

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