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Detroit, MI, United States
DoneSat, Nov 10, 2007 3:00 PM GMT

DuMouchelles November Auctions

Friday features an exquisite Marshall Fredricks bronze sculpture “Neck Shotâ€; a Jennings “Sun Chief†25 cent slot machine, circa 1950 from a private local collector; a 19 th century Eduard von Grutzner oil on canvas; fine porcelain figurines including a Meissen figural group, Royal Doulton, Hummel and Lladro; along with fine estate jewelry and a collection of costume jewelry; rugs, carpets and furniture from various estates and consigners. An extensive collection of 19th and 20th century glass, including De Vez, Galle, Moser, Loetz, Wave Crest and Victorian, over 100 lots, from a private New York collector; antique English furnishings, RomWeber furnishings, American sterling silver including Tiffany & Co. and International “Royal Danishâ€, from a private Grosse Pointe Shores collection. >From additional private collectors: bronze sculptures by Edith B. Parsons, Betty Jacobs, and Hans B. Nielsen; lithographs by John Stobart; Navajo weavings and silver, circa 1930-1950; Baccarat “Empire†crystal stemware. FROM A PROMINENT MANSION, LAKE SHORE DRIVE, GROSSE POINTE SHORES, MI: over 160 lots of select English late 18th to 19th c. furniture (including desks, chests, chairs, tables, mirrors, etc.), 19th to 20th c. fine arts (including works by Alfred J. Crook, John Barker, J. Hays, Alfred Wheeler, John W. Morris, Edward Benjamin Herberte, Johannes Schiefer and E. Herbert), as well as decorative arts (including Chinese export porcelain and 19th c. Staffordshire pottery figures).

Presenting The Estate of Kenneth E. Reasoner West Palm Beach, Florida: A fabulous collection of porcelain, antiques, paintings, art glass, furniture, including Connoisseur, Boehm, Royal Worcester, Herend Sevres, Cybis, Tay, Ispanky, Burgues, Lalique, Limoges, Dorothy Doughty, important Murano Glass chandelier, Story & Clark Piano Biedermeier Sofa, 1840 William and Mary Desk, 1790, Also, antique prints by John James Gould, Audubon.