THE GLASS COLLECTION OF DR. ALLAN BEZAN
Dr. Allan Bezan (1938-2021) was chief resident at NY Hospital, Cornell Medical Center and Tufts NE Medical Center. He was also the founding psychiatrist and director of inpatient and day hospital services at Newton-Wellesley Hospital.Allan was very interested in both European as well as exotic travel. You will find throughout the upcoming (5) auctions objects he collected from around the world. He was a patron and avid art collector to artists and artisans across the country.
Venetian, Art & Artisan Glass
Antique to Contemporary
Over 380 lots
Including Venetian, Tiffany, Loetz, Favrile, Daum,
Lalique, Marilyce Hawke, Galle, Waterford, Stueben and Contemporary Artisan
Glass by Lundberg, Craig Zweiful, Josh Simpson, Rick Hunter, Ron Mynatt, Ken
Hanson, Rick Eckert, Norman Clarke, Legras, Chuck Vannatta, Dan Schreiber, etc.
SALE BEGINS TO CLOSE
TUESDAY, MAY 3rd at 7:30 pm
Bid now where everything starts at $1.00
15% Buyers Premium - Mass State Tax Applies - MA Lic# 770
AUCTION MANAGER: Jay Williamson | (978) 387-4045 | or firstname.lastname@example.org
May 1, Mon, May 2 and Tues, May 3 from 12-3 at our gallery 76 Main St,
PAYMENT: Payment is due upon receipt of invoice and will be charged to
your credit card on file. Any other forms of payment must be approved by
the office. If you are a dealer, please upload your tax exempt certificate
upon registration. If you do not have a valid tax id you will be charged
TERMS: All sales are final,
no credits or returns and are SOLD AS IS, WHERE IS, WITH ALL FAULTS. Bidders
are strongly encouraged to ask any questions prior to bidding. Please refer to
photos as part of the description and or condition. JMA will do its best to
list any damage, repairs or restorations, the absence of these descriptions or
conditions must not be taken to imply that the lot is in perfect condition.
Remember you are purchasing antique, secondary market, vintage or used items, expect
signs of wear consistent with age. If you have any questions, please text the
auction manager. Do not bid if you have
any doubts about the items. No refunds for any reason.
SPECIAL PICK-UP INSTRUCTIONS: Winning bidders must provide boxes and
paper. Winning bidders are responsible for removal and loading of all items.
Smaller items will be available for curbside pickup. A representative will be
there to assist but the winning bidder assumes any and all responsibility for
any damage or injury that should take place once they are on the property.
PICKUP: 76 Main St, Amesbury, MA. Wed,
May 4 thru Fri, May 6 from 11-4. ITEMS
NOT PICKED UP DURING ALLOTTED TIME WILL BE CONSIDERED FORFEITED WITHOUT REFUND,
NO EXCEPTIONS, UNLESS PRIOR ARRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE WITH THE AUCTION HOUSE.
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RECOMMEND YOU GET A QUOTE PRIOR TO BIDDING.
Please note some of these pieces are
very fragile and will require pre-packing on site. We suggest you seek
out a quote prior to bidding.
If you choose to pick a shipper of
your own choice, we have extended pick up time to 10 business days after the
auction for removal given the fragility of these items. All costs
associated with shipping is the responsibility of the buyer.
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pays all shipping costs.
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