Freeman’s Auction House Previews Fine American & European Paintings & Sculpture – Sale 6/13/10 2PM

As I wrote on my PhillyMag column today, I went to the preview party for the Fine American & European Paintings & Sculpture preview party at Freeman’s Auction house at 1808 Chestnut Street. I used to go to Freeman’s often about 10 years ago, sometimes buying odds and ends from estates, keeping some items and reselling others on EBay. I always enjoy checking out the auction house because they always have some unique item that I would never have the chance to see anywhere else.
Many of the guests were friends, buyers and people from the Young Friends of the Philadelphia Art Museum.Where Magazine’s Brooke Fortier checks out a few paintings.
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Exhibition Dates: Friday, June 11th: 10am-5pm
Saturday, June 12th: 12pm-5pm
Meg Johnson and Rita Rerne listen as Kate Waterhouse, Freeman’s Jewelery expert, explains the Bulvari necklace Rita is wearing. The collar is worth $25,000
Mary Walton and son James stop by to check out the art work and jewelery. On Monday June 14, Freeman’s is starting their beautiful Jewelery sale.
Jon and Karen Sirlin, Oliver Franklin, Honorary British Consultant, Leslie Kase, Just in Kase. Remember we just met Leslie at the McGillin’s Anniversay Party on Sunday.

Dottie Theune, Freemans and Louisa Hanshaw and Betty Hanshaw
Joseph Kotarski and Mettine Boss

Theo Reiyke, Aimee Pflieger, Thomas Clark and Andrew Zamack

Elaine DiFeliciantonio, John DiFeliciantonio, Michelle DiFeliciantonio, and Natalie DiFeliciantonio.

Antonitte Stone with Sally Bellet on the 2nd floor where the coach bags and other upscale bags are kept.

David Pinski is a regular at Freeman’s. Tells me that the prices are good, it’s a buyers market; with wife Elizabeth Brown. Below Barry Vargas, John Rodgers and Michael Murphy looking fly.
OMG Geekadelphia and friends: Coming in July to Freeman’s The Darth Vader Project
Dozens of artists recently imagined a different chapeau for Mr. Vader. Together those helmets make up The Vader Project. The “Star Wars”-inspired artworks are set to go to auction in Philadelphia in July, but not before they breathe menacingly in Los Angeles for a quickie, 10-day exhibit.
Check out my PhillyMag column today.