Detroit, MI, United States
DoneSat, Sep 17, 2011 3:00 PM UTC
DuMouchelles September 17th Auction
The Saturday auction features a vast array of antique decorative arts, objets de vertu, and furnishings from an Indian Village important collector, Detroit, Mich., including French, English, and Chinese Export porcelains; early American and English silver such as a circa 1855 pitcher by Gorham, Nicholas J. Bogert three-piece tea set, and extensive set of International Wedgwood sterling flatware; a Pairpoint monumental vase; French mantel clocks; a pair of Double Argand banquet lamps, circa 1825; a Flemish tapestry screen; assorted portrait miniatures and hand-colored frakturs; a Japanese enameled silver tea set of the Meiji period and a Shibayama urn; and over 50 lots of Rose Medallion. Additionally from private collections and local estates: an antique Japanese six-panel screen and a lacquered altar table; Viennese porcelain plaques and plates; Reed & Barton Francis I sterling flatware and serving pieces by Georg Jensen; Japanese Satsuma and Imari porcelains; Lalique Trophee sculpture and Antinea bowl; porcelain dinner services by Bing & Grondahl, Royal Crown Derby, and Lenox; Waterford stemware; woodblock prints by Kiyoshi Saito; as well as fine jewelry and oriental rugs.