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Glass Expert Sam Kissée Special Guest At Portland’s Rain Of Glass Sale

Sam Kissée is special guest and appraiser at the annual Rain of Glass Sale.
Sam Kissée is special guest and appraiser at the annual Rain of Glass Sale.

Renowned glass expert Sam Kissée will join the Appraisal Team at the Rain of Glass Sale on January 28-29 at the Washington County Fairplex in Hillsboro, Oregon.

Kissée’s areas of expertise range from Boston and Sandwich glass to Early American Pressed Glass to Vic­torian colored glass, colored Steuben, chocolate Cactus glass, art pottery, Arts & Crafts copperware and much more.

He holds an MA in Art History with an emphasis on ceramic and glass design. Among other activities, he guest-curated an exhibition of 19th and 20th Century American Art Glass at California State University at Chico.

Sandra Millius, I.S.A., Jeff Motsinger, I.S.A., and Neal Skibinski will join Kissée on the Rain of Glass Appraisal Team. They will provide appraisals of glass, china, pottery, silver and other antiques and collectibles during sale hours. A donation of $3 per item is requested, with the proceeds to benefit the Portland Rain of Glass reference library fund.

The P.R.O.G. Sale is the Northwest’s oldest, and with the addition of silver, jewelry, linens, kitchen accessories and other antiques and collectibles, it has grown in popularity with even more collectors. Professional dealers from the Northwest will bring exceptional merchandise for sale for this two-day event.

A special feature of the event is the “show” is a beautiful display of glass and collectibles from the private collections of Rain of Glass members. These items are not for sale.

Also included will be a sale of reference books on antique and collectible topics, glass repair by Real Oldies of Yesteryear, and a snack bar. Parking is free, and MAX stops at the Fairgrounds just a few blocks from our front door.

For more information, see the ad in this issue of Old Stuff or email cbessw@aol.com. The Rain of Glass website is www.rainofglass.org.

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