3 Press Releases

Tag: Daniel Rose

  • Auction Result

    Freeman’s Americana Auction Confirms Market Strength for American-Made Objects

    Freeman’s announced the results of its April 28 & April 29 online auctions of American Furniture, Folk & Decorative Arts. Together, the back-to-back sales totaled just shy of $975,000. Both sales elicited the participation of a sizable number of new bidders and ultimately exceeded expectations, nearly reaching their pre-sale high estimates. On April…

    Freeman’s Americana Auction Confirms Market Strength for American-Made Objects
  • Auction Industry

    Period & historically significant works lead online sale at Freeman's

    A portrait of Henry Clay (1777-1852), attributed to the School of Matthew Harris Jouett (1788-1827) (Lot 69, $30,000-50,000). PHILADELPHIA, PA.-Freeman’s American Furniture, Folk & Decorative Arts auction will proceed as an online auction on its originally scheduled date of April 28 at 10am. The auction includes an array of fresh-to-market works…

    Period & historically significant works lead online sale at Freeman's
  • Auction Preview

    American Furniture, Folk & Decorative Arts

    Daniel Rose was born in 1749 in Reading, Pennsylvania. He was a clockmaker who also sold and repaired watches, jewelry, and musical instruments. In the upcoming American Furniture, Folk & Decorative Arts auction, his 1790 Chippendale walnut tall case clock is showcased. This piece stands approximately 102.5 inches tall and…

    Flamestiched reticule, early 19th century