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Detroit, MI, United States
DoneSun, Dec 10, 2006 4:00 PM GMT

DuMouchelles December 8, 9 & 10 Auction

From a LIVONIA COLLECTION: bronze sculptures, Royal Vienna porcelain art glass, Zsolnay pottery, hand-painted porcelain plaques, Sevres portrait plates, oil paintings by John Fox, James Charles, a 19th century French bronze clock garniture, Bradley & Hubbard piano lamp, bisque dolls, and Boehm figures. From the ESTATE OF A LOCAL TRUCKING EXECUTIVE: fine marble top commodes, settees and an ornate Victorian sofa and bedroom set. From various private collectors: Steuben glass, sterling silver flatware, Rose Medallion palace urns, Chippendale style dining set, and fine jewelry. A collection of autographs, documents and photographs of historical figures. From the ESTATE OF ALBINA KUCZYNSKI, GROSSE POINTE SHORES, a variety of fur jackets, capes, scarves and hats; purses by Chanel, Mark Cross and Gucci; and nearly 100 lots of jewelry, including Rolex and Omega wristwatches, a 1.70ct diamond ring, and Chanel designer pieces. From a BLOOMFIELD HILLS COLLECTOR: watercolors by Thomas N. Tyndale, English mahogany secretary/bookcase, mahogany dresser, and a Victorian rosewood bed made by Staples & Co.; Moser, Steuben and Victorian glass from the collection of FRANCIS BAKER, PERRYSVILLE, OHIO. Over 70 lots of jewelry from a FARMINGTON HILLS COLLECTOR; a variety of sterling silver tableware from a PRIVATE ESTATE, PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. Oil paintings, including works by Henry Andrews and George Lawrence Bulleid, from THE ESTATE OF KATHLEEN DEVLIEG, BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MI. Fine art, including oils by Irene Smoller, from THE COLLECTION OF GEORGE CHARBONNEAU, ROYAL OAK, MI. Select fine jewelry from THE ESTATE OF ALBINA KUCZYNSKI, GROSSE POINTE SHORES, MI. Items removed from THE ESTATE OF JOHN BLOOM, BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MI, including an English 19th c. hunt table and a collection of art, design and Frank Lloyd Wright reference books, etc. From a BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MI COLLECTOR: Tiffany Studios, Handel and Pairpoint lamps, as well as 18th/19th c. collector’s clocks.