Weekly Auctions of Exceptional Items
Detroit, MI, United States
DoneSat, Jun 10, 2006 2:00 PM GMT
DuMouchelles June 9, 10 & 11 Auction
Paintings and graphics which originally graced the renowned “Joe Muer” eatery in Detroit, including seven oil paintings by the artist Stephan Chizmarik. 1638 etching by Rembrandt and an etching entitled “Billingsgate” by American artist James Abbott McNeill Whistler. Large selection of oil paintings and oriental carpets. From the estate of JAMES SANDERS OF FARMINGTON HILLS are ~100 BOOK lots, including fine bindings and early editions, American Indian pottery and basketry, African masks, Inuit (Eskimo) carvings, and American beadwork. Saturday features Tiffany Favrile, Steuben Aurene and Verre de Soie art glass, Pewabic and Saturday Evening Girls (SEG) pottery, sterling silver tableware and Victorian jewelry from the Estate of Margaret Snow Kandt of Dearborn; Chinese jade carvings, snuff bottles, Central American carved jade, including an archaic carved stone mosaic mask from the Estate of Dr. Lyle Korum, Grosse Pointe. Charles II sterling silver muffineer; porcelain dinner services by Spode and Wedgwood; Victorian furniture including a pair of Renaissance Revival chairs by John Jelliff; Roseville ‘Futura’ jardinières. ESTATE OF BRIGIDA BIANCO featuring: fine arts by Dietz Edzard, Remo Michael Farruggio, Pablo Picasso, Edna Hibel, Vittorio Maria Di Carlo, Alex Saval, Franklin Dullin, Romare Bearden, Frederick Judd Waugh, Constantine A. Korvine, Mario Spinetti, Adam Lehr, Charles Fazzino and Edmund Charles Tarbell ; Chinese Chippendale vitrine; Baldwin 1936 baby grand piano; hardstone and porcelain Orientalia; Savonnerie 18’x12’ carpet; natural yellow 6.2 ct. emerald cut diamond ring. Paintings, including works by Douglas Arthur Teed, Albert H. Gos, Charles Grant and Robert Hopkin from ESTATE OF DR. LYLE KORUM. Chinese 19th c. book with hand painted illustrations; American graphics from the late 19th c. to c. 1960. Furniture offerings continue with a set of George II chairs from c. 1900, a Karl Springer conference table and a Louis XV style desk.