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Detroit, MI, United States
DoneSat, Sep 17, 2005 2:00 PM GMT

DuMouchelles September 16, 17 & 18 Auction

FRIDAY EVENING FEATURES: EIGHTEENTH CENTURY wing back mahogany chair and gate leg dining table. From a Toledo, Ohio collector: an important antique bronze incense burner, and from another source: a hand carved Chinese chess set in an important size. A SAARINEN DESIGN table and chairs as well as a designer sofa over 20 ft in length. A selection of fine porcelains including Boehm bird and animal figures, crystal including LaLique, a rare Tantalus set signed by Tiffany of London. GOLD COINS, Federal Reserve notes and other currency. Detroit Tiger signed baseballs collected by a Bloomfield Hills fan. Saturday, September 17th at 11:00 am Saturday Highlights: TIFFANY FAVRILE glass vases, ROYAL CROWN DERBY Imari pattern dinnerware. PAIRPOINT GLASS table lamp circa 1920. STERLING FLATWARE services by Gorham and Oneida. STEUBEN GLASS black threaded pitcher and tumbler set. From a prominent Grosse Pointe family: a unique dining table with a carved under structure in a hunting motif, a bombe marble top chest in fine marquetry. Steinway grand piano circa 1920. Lladro, Herend, Royal Doulton porcelain. Sunday, September 18th at Noon THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM GOSSETT, BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MI featuring: important oil paintings by Edwin Walter Dickinson, Constantine Kluge, Gabriele Godard, Cecil Everly, Yolande Ardissone, Glen Michaels and Teng Beng-Chew; a Zoltan Sepeshy watercolor; original graphics by Georges Rouault, Joan Miro and Alberto Giacometti; bronze sculptures, including a Marshall Fredericks; furniture by Schweig & Kotzian and a Hepplewhite tall case clock; antique Dr. Wall and Spode porcelain as well as a set of "Bell's Edition British Poets" by John Bell. Modern art from AN IMPORTANT BLOOMFIELD HILLS COLLECTION including works by Frank Stella, Sam Francis, Ellsworth Kelly as well as a rare 19th c. Qashqai Kali. From THE ESTATE OF LUCILLE RAHMEYER, ST. CLAIR, MI: exquisite antique French furniture and German porcelain, also music boxes, cranberry glass and much more.