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Detroit, MI, United States
DoneSun, Apr 9, 2006 3:00 PM GMT

DuMouchelles April 7, 8 & 9 Auction

Features include an important Frank Lloyd Wright oak peacock chair from the Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan, a Dresden porcelain chandelier, serigraphs by Leroy Neiman: “Grand Prix – Monaco” and “High Altitude Skiing”, antique Japanese scrolls. Paintings include works by Willi Bauer, Conrad Buff, Charles-Clement Calderon, Hugo Anton Fisher, Harry Louis Freund, Roy Gamble, Joseph W. Gies, Tanyu Kano, Nina Kirkbusch Griffin, Matthew Hastings, Frank Haywood, Robert Hopkin, Anton Mauve, Rudolf Possin, Henry Schafer, Harold Winfield Scott, Zoltan Sepeshy, Reginald Daniel Sherrin, Mokuan Shoto, James Burrell Smith, Buncho Tani, Franz Xavier Wolf, Eustice Ziegler. Clocks by Sessions, Waterbury, Seth Thomas, New Haven and Gilbert. Boehm, Dresden, Herend, Limoges, R. S. Prussia, Spode, Wedgwood, porcelain. Brilliant period cut, Steuben, Victorian, Glass and crystal. Handel reverse painted “Apple Blossom” table lamp circa 1900 and leaded glass and Galle style table lamps. Other features include a tiger maple dresser, slant front American desk, an Atkins and downs American clock, mahogany knife urn, an American rosewood settee, carved French chairs, American student lamp, mahogany Georgian style dining set with eight chairs, mahogany bedroom furniture, English brass fireplace accessories, magnificent jewelry, gold and platinum, diamond and other precious stones; Bing and Grondahl, vintage Royal Doulton figures, Chilmark pewter sculptures depicting Civil War subjects, Hummel figures, a magnificent carved grandfather clock by Elliot of London, a well carved Florentine panel divider screen, Japanese coromandel screen, a pair of 18TH C. French Beauvais tapestries, George III chest, Louis XV style desk probably by Linke, 18th c. William and Mary chest of drawers, a 1.80 ct. marquise cut diamond ring.