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August Estate Auction

Saturday, August 12, 2017, 10am

Add to Calendar 08-12-2017 10:00:00 08-12-2017 17:00:00 6 August Estate Auction Our August Estate Auction will be offering a wide range of property from estates, private collections and institutions throughout the West Coast. Jewelry will highlight antique and period pieces, wrist and pocket watches, natural jadeite jade and fine diamonds; Fine Art has a selection of paintings, sculptures, photographs and graphics; Asian Art will be showcasing fine jade carvings, porcelains, bronzes, glassware, scrolls and textiles and the Furniture and Decorative Arts section of this sale offers silver, rugs and carpets, glassware, porcelains, figurines and American and European furniture. 2751 Todd Street, Alameda, CA 94501 Michaan's Auctions info@michaans.com false MM/DD/YYYY

Main Gallery, 2751 Todd Street, Alameda, CA

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Saturday, August 5, 10am - 5pm
Sunday, August 6, 9am - 5pm
Friday, August 11, 12pm - 5pm
Day of sale, beginning at 9am
and by appointment

Rare gold coins, period jewels, American Impressionist paintings and fine silver among the Estate Auction highlights. Coin collectors will find highly coveted coins from several fine estates, such as a rare 1895S Morgan silver dollar and numerous uncirculated US $20 gold coins from the 19th and early 20th centuries. California landscapes by William Franklin Jackson (1850-1936) and Carl Sammons (1883-1968) are featured paintings; art collectors will also find works by Chagall, Dali and Leroy Nieman as well as bronzes by Jorge Duron. Prints by Kawase Hasui are among the Japanese woodblocks. Exquisite snuff bottles include designs in carved jade, carnelian, rock crystal quartz and cloisonné enamel. Myriad figures of Buddha and a deep blue underglaze “dragon” bowl ($3,000-$4,000) are among the many Asian treasures. A 14k gold sapphire-studded lorgnette and Art Nouveau stickpin ($700-$900), fine gentlemen's jewelry from Marsh, Cartier, and Black Starr & Gorham, and an array of delicate Victorian jewelry pieces will be sold. Diamonds are abundant in styles to suit every taste and budget. Furniture suites include Chinese rosewood and ebonized Eastlake. Fine textiles range from Chinese embroidered silk robes to the Fortuny-style velvet coverlet ($2,500-$3,000) and tablecloth ($1,000-$1,500) handmade in Venice by Emma Gaggio. Vintage Louis Vuitton luggage from the bygone era of glamorous travel brings a touch of elegant nostalgia to the August auction.

Inquiries

Asian Art
Harry Huang
(510) 227-2535
Jessica Liang
(510) 227-2511
Coins, Stamps and Ephemera
Michael Rosenberg
(510) 227-2502
Fine Art
Kyrah Reddey
(510) 227-2519
Furniture and Decorative Arts
Elizabeth Dalton
(510) 227-2527
Mariah Emerson
510-227-2518
Jewelry and Timepieces
Elise Coronado
(510) 227-2570

Artist Listing

Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin Rba, American School, Philippe Auge, John Nelson Battenberg, Herbert Bayer, Jackie Black, Ilya Bolotowsky, Claudio Bravo, George Elbert Burr, Regis De Cachard, Rodriguez Candhales, Leslie Carnegie, Marc Chagall, Mihail Chemiakin, Continental School, Stanley Cookson, (after) Jules Felix Coutan, Rene Couturier, Salvador Dali, Ernest Alfred Dalton, Rowland Davidson, Jorge Duron, Bruno Dutot, Paul Dyck, English School, French School, Klaus Fussmann, Giuseppe Gambino, Giovanni Garinei, Alvar Carillo Gil, R.C. Gorman, Adolph Gottlieb, Shoichi Hasegawa, Bernard Benedict Hemy, Ralph Lee Hopkins, Hungarian School, Gleb Ilyin, William Franklin Jackson, Wilhelm Kåge, Anatol Krasnyansky, Franz Krippendorf, Dottie Luchans, Andrei Lysenko, William Mellor, (after) Auguste Moreau, Nickolas Muray, Leroy Neiman, Maxfield Frederick Parrish, Eugene Pechaubes, Louverture Poisson, George Post, Robert Clifford Rishell, E. John Robinson, Salvador Dali Produced By Suzy Langlois, Carl Sammons, (style of) Matthew Arnold Bracy Smith, Spanish Colonial School, Kipp Stewart, Meyer Straus, Charles Surendorf, Margaret Tojetti, Marc Velten, John Law Walker, Brett Weston and Eric Zener