Mark Evers Antiques

Mark Evers Antiques is an established and internationally recognized dealer, located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, who focuses on quality 18th century furniture and 19th century furniture of American, English and Continental origin, and in fine and decorative arts.
     Possessing both an academic and aesthetic approach to acquisitions, Mark Evers Antiques had long been a source for dealers, designers and collectors alike.  An emphasis on 18th century antique furniture, 19th century antique furniture  and antique lighting, including chandeliers, candelabra and antique lamps has made us a prime destination for people in the know.
     Our collection of 18th century furniture features fine examples of the period including Chippendale, Sheraton, and Hepplewhite styles.  Our inventory of 19th century furniture represents the changing aesthetic of this dynamic era and include Regency, Empire and Historic Revival styles.
     Our selective collection of fine period chandeliers, candelabra and antique lamps includes candelabra, chandeliers and sconces made by Baccarat; antique lamps, chandeliers and sconces by E F Caldwell and chandeliers by E and C Osler, to name a few.
     Our online gallery, a sampling of our complete inventory,  now brings treasures to a wider audience.  Whether you are a designer, dealer or collector, we are dedicated to helping you find the objects you desire.
     Come visit us in Pittsburgh at our Shadyside Gallery, Tuesday through Saturdays, from 11am until 5pm, or call us for an appointment.

Check us out on 1st Dibs!

https://www.1stdibs.com/dealers/mark-evers-antiques

 

E-mail us:  mark@markeversantiques.com

           The Main Room of our 5 Room Gallery

New Acquisitions

12 Royal Crown Derby Porcelain

Dinner Plates

Country French Iron & Porcelain Eight-Light Chandelier

English Regency Convex Mirror by Thomas Fentham and Co.

Pair 19th Century Gilt Bronze and Cut Crystal Cornucopia Vases on Marble Bases

Beaded Crystal and Gilt Metal Baguès Style Mid-Century Circular Chandelier

George III Sterling Silver Salver by Peter and Ann Bateman, circa 1796

Large Pair of Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze and Marble Candelabra

Regency Style Crystal Chandelier

after Lafount

Pair of Silver and Wrought Iron Andirons by E. F. Caldwell

19th Century Louis XIV Style Giltwood Torchere

Grand Tour Italian Bronze

Rhyton Vase 

Mid-19th Century Philadelphia Coin Silver Presentation Goblet

Pair 19th Century French Gilt Bronze Louis XVI Style Floral Sconces

California Landscape by American Impressionist Painter Edward B. Butler

Carved and Giltwood Chinese Chippendale Style Pelmet with Damask Valance

Georgian Sterling and Cut Crystal Cruet Stand by Joseph Ange

Gilt Bronze and Wedgwood Jasperware Sconces in the Style of Robert Adam

Pair of Large Japanese Imari Porcelain Chargers

Pair of English Mid-19th Century Emerald Green Cut Crystal Sconces

English Regency Papier Mâché Tray Table

Georgian Carved Pine Mantle with Gilt Gesso Elements

Baccarat Cut Crystal Scent Bottle

Anglo-Irish Cut Crystal Lidded Urn

American Federal Portrait of a Lady