Maryland's Premier Antiques & Decorative Arts Auction House

May 4 Antiques Auction: The Maryland Sale. Textiles. Americana.


Next Auction: MAY 4, 2013 | More Info

(3 Sessions: Maryland Sale, Textiles, Americana)


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Featured Highlight: Lot Related to Enslaved Baltimorean, Patty Atavis, SOLD for $34,500

Within the Hanson Family Archive, which we sold as part of our 2011 MD Sale, was a remarkable group of images and documents related to Patty Atavis--slave of Baltimore's prominent Whitridge family. The group included a tintype, daguerreotype and, remarkably, Patty's "Bill of Sale."

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We are established as the finest auction house of its kind in the State of Maryland, and our Semi-Annual Maryland Sale is a major, high-profile event for MD-related antiques. We are more than happy to discuss your antiques with you!

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Gorsuch Barn, 1841

 Our Gallery: The 1841 Gorsuch Barn 

Our gallery is one of the most remarkable auction showplaces in the United States. A wheat barn with significant history behind it, the Gorsuch Barn has been called "the finest example in Maryland of brick louvers set in native stone," and was featured in the recent MPT documentary, Historic Barns of Maryland. Click to read more!

Baltimore Stoneware

Baltimore Pottery. We hold the World Auction Record for Baltimore stoneware at $72,600, and our very own Luke Zipp is the foremost expert on the Baltimore stoneware potters in the world. You can read Luke's groundbreaking articles here!

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Besides Maryland antiques and American stoneware & redware, we also hold general American antiques auctions, with a focus of fine American quilts and other textiles!