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Detroit, MI, United States
DoneFri, Oct 14, 2005 9:30 PM GMT

DuMouchelles October 14, 15 & 16 Auction

Friday: Paintings by McClelland Barclay, Zoltan Sepeshy, Henry Henshall, and Felix Ekblay; a French art nouveau cabinet; stained glass windows and Tiffany style lamps; Murano glass goblets, bowls and under plates; Loetz art glass; early 20th century etched glass ware; International ‘Royal Danish’ flatware, tea and coffee set, and pair of candelabra; German .800 silver flatware by J.A. Henckels; a pair of Chinese ‘Rose Medallion’ palace urns.
Saturday: The Estate of Isabelle A. Treue of Dayton, Ohio, featuring an extensive offering of 19th century Sevres porcelain plates, as well as urns and compotes; a German painted porcelain plaque, c.1890; Muller Freres cameo glass vase & Victorian glass; antique furniture, including a German chest, Italian marquetry cabinet, and a Mullinger French pine tall case clock; Japanese Satsuma, quartz and bronze decorative arts. Also, Estate of Jane D. Cooch, Ann Arbor, featuring antique American and English furniture, including a cherry tall case clock, 2 George III chest-on-chests, and a variety of Victorian pieces.
Sunday: ESTATE OF MRS. DONALD (MARGARET) THURBER, GROSSE POINTE, MI featuring: a grouping of Belter Rococo Revival furniture; additional antique American furniture from c. 1790 on, a tall case clock by S. Thomas of Plymouth; sterling silver including a George III salver by Robert Rew; an Irish C. 1825 harp, Swiss music box; an antique Serapi carpet. IMPORTANT LONG ISLAND, NY ESTATE including: Tiffany & Co. sterling teaset and vases, English sterling candelabra by Lee & Wigfull, 18th and 19th c. Flemish and French tapestries, a c. 1870 French band clock, a 19th c. Tabriz prayer. Fine arts offerings include works by George James Aldrich, R.G. Holdredge, Walter Granville-Smith, Edmund Osthaus, CL. Petrini, V. Todaro, Lord Edwin Weeks, Walt Kuhn, Henry Ward Ranger, Willem Carel Nakken, a collection of Charles Culver watercolors, modern graphics by such printmakers as Pablo Picasso, Frank Stella and Adolph Gottlieb.