Detroit, MI, United States
DoneSun, Apr 18, 2010 4:00 PM UTC
DuMouchelles April 18th Auction
The Sunday session features almost 200 lots of fine art and almost 100 selections of jewelry. Some of the artists whose works are included in the session are: Brunel Neuville, Albert Rieger, L. Laurenty, Charles Euphrasie Kuwasseg, Bernadus Johannes Bloomers, Douglas Arthur Teed, Mathew Hastings, Hughie Lee-Smith, Louis Comfort Tiffany, P.J. Mene, Ferdinand Lepcke, Yuri Gorbachev, as well as an attributed to Jan Asselyn oil painting, an attributed to Edmonia Lewis carved marble bust and large bronze figural fountains. The jewelry highlights include: a 5.37 ct. diamond ring with GIA report, 8.5 ct. natural emerald earrings, 19.50 ct. natural star ruby ring, 3.25 ct. natural ruby pendant, diamond necklace with 150 diamonds, South Sea pearl necklace; 18kt gold and diamond ladys Rolex watch, diamond ring with a 2.15 ct. center diamond and 90 other diamonds, diamond ring with 1.2 ct. central diamond and 2.75 cts. surrounding diamonds and a diamond bracelet having 5.88 cts. of diamonds. Also of special interest are carved carousel horses by Illions, Stander, Herschell-Spillman and attributed to Allan Herschell. The Sunday features continue with: Kerman, Kashan and antique Persian carpets in lengths from 14' to 22'; over 50 lots of mostly Chinese porcelains, but also bronzes and hardstone carvings; c. 8' high carved walnut hunt cabinet and a carved walnut billiards rack of the same height; Cassina Frank Lloyd design dining set; Roche-Bobois desk and file cabinet; over 6' high gilt mirror; Yamaha piano; c. 1900 inlaid Louis XV style commode and a very nicely hand painted German 19th c. porcelain clock.