Wooten & Wooten Auctioneers has had a very busy spring.
Led by owner and auctioneer, Jeremy Wooten, the firm
recently moved to their new location at
818 Broad Street in Camden, South Carolina
and announced their upcoming 400 lot Spring Estates Auction.
“Our gallery is one of the first buildings that you see
when you come into the Historic District.
The space exhibits the objects wonderfully
and the large loading bays will make handling
larger items much easier, a nice transition from
our previous gallery on the third floor,” Wooten said.
The inaugural auction at their new location
will feature fine estates and collections from
around the Carolinas and Georgia,
including the collection of Camden, SC native
the late John "Jack" C. West Jr.
The son of a former South Carolina Governor
and Ambassador to Saudi Arabia,
Jack was an accomplished attorney in his
own right with a passion for the outdoors,
fishing and his family. His collection includes
many objects that belonged to his father,
to note a rare circular bronze coffee table
by Philip & Kelvin Laverne circa 1960.
Fine Philip and Kelvin Laverne Deco Bronze Table Ca 1960s
Other objects in the auction include fine furniture,
silver, carpets, porcelain and other decorative arts.
There are several outstanding examples of
Edgefield Pottery, including a handsome 1852
signed “LM” Dave slave made storage jar,
as well as a circa 1870 Edgefield, Miles Mill face vessel.
Exceptional 1852 Dave Slave Made Edgefield Storage Jar Seven Gallons
Handsome 1870 Edgefield Miles Mill Face Jug
“While we will not have a live in-house audience
for this auction, we have had partnerships
with LiveAuctioneers and Invaluable for years
and are excited to continue working
with them,” Wooten said. “As always, we will
also be offering phone and absentee bidding.
Our phone bidders are second to none,
they really enjoy working with our clients
and always look forward to it.”
To secure a phone line for bidding,
place an absentee bid or should you
need assistance registering online,
Wooten & Wooten may be reached via their website at www.wootenandwooten.com or by calling (866) 570-0144.