James D. Julia, Inc.

Rare Lamps, Glass & Fine Jewelry Division
Now Accepting Consignments - June Lamps, Glass & Fine Jewelry Auction
A remarkable Tiffany & Co. Olympian pattern flatware set sold in our November 2015 sale for $45,622 against a $20,000-$30,000 estimate.
Just arrived for the June 2016 auction, this exquisite Gorham Imperial Chrysanthemum flatware set of 204 pieces will be estimated at $6,000-$8,000.
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What's It Worth
What's it worth.

James D. Julia's offered a Georg Jensen flatware service for 12 in Bernadotte pattern in November 2015 with an estimate of $3,000- $4,000. The set sold strongly at $14,220.

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We are always looking for consignments of rare and valuable items, as well as collections for our auctions.

Sterling Silver at Julia's
Sterling silver has long been a mainstay of our auction consignments at James D. Julia, Inc. and our June 2016 sale will be no exception. The sale features a true rarity of Tiffany & Co. early Sterling silver with a stunning set of mixed metal candelabra. Mixed metal pieces are highly sought after examples of Tiffany & Company's finest work, developed by Edward C. Moore, designer of some of Tiffany's most desirable patterns. The Japanese style of mixed metal work was featured in the Tiffany exhibit

Sterling Silver at Julia's

at the 1878 Exhibition Universelle in Paris, winning Grand Prize and world-wide acclaim.

The exquisite set being offered was the property of Mary Jane Sexton Morgan (1823- 1885), a noted collector of finery whose husband was a railroad and iron magnate and cousin of J.P. Morgan. Upon her passing, Mrs. Morgan's extensive collection was auctioned by Mr. Thomas Kirby of the American Art Galleries of New York City in 1886 in a landmark sale encompassing ten days and totaling over $1.2 Million, a remarkable sum for the time. Having rare items to bring to market with such wonderful provenance is a true pleasure, and we look forward to the June sale.

Sterling Silver at Julia's

At James D. Julia, Inc. we are always seeking high quality antiques of all types for our year-round auctions. We offer the best seller commission rates in the industry, as low as 0% for high value items and collections. Please contact us directly at 207-453-7125 (Maine office) or 781-460-6800 (Boston area office) or Click Here to learn more or if you are considering consigning one item, an entire collection or an estate to auction. All inquiries are confidential and without obligation.

Auctioneer: James D. Julia | Lic#: ME:AR83 | MA: AU1406 | NH: 2511