Outasite!! Auctions Washington DC features some of the top antiques, estate, and consignment auction companies in Washington DC and the metro area. This page features top rate auction companies including Weschler’s, Alex Cooper and Doyle. Outasite!! Auctions is part of NOVA-Antiques.com, the Mid Atlantic website for all things antique & collectible.
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Weschler’s is the only auction house located within the city of Washington, DC and has been around for over 120 years. Weschler’s Auctions holds about 6 catalog auctions per year and feature European and American antique furniture as well as fine and decorative arts. Being in Washington DC Weschler’s also holds unique estate auctions of property from many politicians, celebrities and other famous people.
Doyle New York was founded in 1962 and is based in New York City with an office in Washington DC. Doyle conducts about forty auctions per year which attract buyers from across the U.S., Europe and across the Globe. Doyle auctions include some of the finest antiques, fine art and jewelry and famous and important estates.
Alex Cooper Auctioneers has been around since 1924 and features Real Estate Auctions as well as antiques and fine art auctions.
Diener Jewelers has been in Washington DC for about 40 years and specializes in antiques, estates and jewelry. Besides estate sales, Diener Jewelers also conduct auctions in the Washington DC area.
The Potomack Company features fine art and antique auctions at their gallery in Alexandria, Virginia. The Potomack Company’s gallery is located just outside Washington DC and their clients consist of collectors, institutions and dealer from across the area and the U.S.
Quinn’s Auction Gallery is located in Fall Church, Virginia, just outside of Washington, DC. They hold an weekly estate and consignment auction on Wednesday evenings and catalogue and specialty auctions a few times per year.
Sloans & Kenyon Auctioneers and Appraisers are “committed to providing a world class estate auction house.” They specialize in high end English and Continental Furniture, Art Deco, Americana and Fine and Period Jewelry. They are conveniently located just outside of Washington, DC.
Crumpton Auctions are well known throughout the Washington DC, northern Virginia and southern Maryland metro area for their weekly furniture and consignment auctions. The furniture and household auctions are held every Tuesday and also feature jewelry and coin auctions.
Caplan’s Auction is located in Ellicott City, Maryland and features antiques and collectibles auctions usually held every Sunday afternoon. This reputable auction company has been around since 1895 and serves the Washington DC, northern Virginia and southern Maryland metro area.
Laurel Auctions has been around since 1992 and hold auctions a couple of times per month in their 10,000 square foot facility in Laurel, Maryland. Typically, their auctions consist of vintage glass and china, collectibles and vintage toys as well as antique furniture, decorative objects and fine art.
A clock that Sotheby’s officials expected to bring in $1 million realized a record price of more than $3.8 million. The table clock, which is more than 200 years old had a gilt and brass casing which was ornately decorated with enamel. It belonged to socialite and vintner Patricia Kluge. The auction was held at Albemarle House inCharlottesville, Virginia and it featured other clocks, paintings and antiques which brought in more than $15 million dollars total.