Weekly Auctions of Exceptional Items
Detroit, MI, United States
DoneFri, Mar 14, 2008 9:30 PM GMT
DuMouchelles March 14, 15 & 16 Auction
Friday, March 14th at 6:30 pm Featuring R. Lalique crystal vases, circa 1930, an 18th century English silk embroidery, and 19th century Chinese Mandarin Rose porcelain from a private Bloomfield Hills collector; additional Boehm and Connoisseur limited edition bisque figures from the Estate of Kenneth E. Reasoner, West Palm Beach, Florida; a Simon & Halbig doll automaton toy box and other collectible dolls by Armand Marseilles, Heubach, Dressel, Cuno & Otto, and Madame Alexander from a Livonia, Michigan collector. Saturday, March 15th at 11:00 am Featuring antique American cherry, walnut and maple furniture including a slant-front desk, chests of drawers, and Hitchcock chairs, circa 1800-1830, as well as sterling silver and Meissen porcelain from the Estate of Dr. Kinsley Renshaw, Lambertville, Michigan; Royal Worcester bisque figures and Lalique crystal sculptures from a Franklin, Michigan collector; early 20th century Pewabic pottery vases from the collection of a former employee of Mary Chase Stratton; a Georg Jensen pitcher designed by Johan Rohde and Tiffany & Co. Shell and Thread flatware from a private Bloomfield Hills collector; quality contemporary furnishings in Queen Anne, Hepplewhite and Chippendale styles from the Estate of R. L. Mark Chambers, Battle Creek. Sunday, March 16th at Noon THE WEDGWOOD POTTERY COLLECTION OF ROBERT RENE HELFENSTEIN, GROSSE POINTE FARMS, MI over 120 lots. From THE ESTATE OF DR. KINSLEY RENSHAW, LAMBERTVILLE, MI: old master to 20th c. graphics by James McNeil Whistler, Joseph Pennell, Arthur Heintzelman, Frank W. Benson, John Taylor Arms, Rembrandt van Rijn, Heinrich Aldegrever, Salvator Rosa, Caroline H. Armington, Gustav F. Goetsch, Jacques Beurdeley, Robert Spence and more, as well as oils by Alexandre Gaillard-Deschamps, Jeanette Agnew Lyon and others. Graphics from THE ESTATE OF KENNETH E. REASONER, PALM BEACH, FL including botanical and ornithological prints after Audubon, Gould, Richter and Catesby.