Herman Ottomar Herzog, Twilight on The Venetian Lagoon, Circa 1900, Oil on canvas, 22” x 27”

Herman Ottomar Herzog, Twilight on The Venetian Lagoon, Circa 1900, Oil on canvas, 22” x 27”

To celebrate the opening of their satellite office in Brentwood, Case Antiques is offering Free First Fridays. Individuals seeking evaluation of their art, antiques, and jewelry for auction consignment or for appraisal purposes are invited to come in for a free appraisal on the first Friday of every month beginning on May 1.

Case entered the Nashville market in 2007 when it gaveled the contents of the historic Glen Leven Plantation on Franklin Road (today the headquarters for the Land Trust of Tennessee). Case Antiques made national headlines for selling historic twentieth-century objects such as a Beatles album, autographed by all four band members the night before their 1964 appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show, for $75,400, and a Colt pistol owned by outlaw Bonnie Parker for $99,450.

Sarah Campbell Drury, Case’s Vice President for Fine and Decorative Arts, heads up the Brentwood location. She is an accredited appraiser of art, antiques, and residential contents through the International Society of Appraisers.

Free First Fridays begins May 1 at Case Antiques in the Brentwood Office Building, 116 Wilson Pike Circle. Appointments are required. For more information, visit www.caseantiques.com.

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