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Saturday, February 10, 2018, 10am

Add to Calendar 02-10-2018 10:00:00 02-10-2018 17:00:00 6 Gallery Auction Early American fine furniture, exquisite Chinese snuff bottles and 20th century modern art are highlighted at Michaan’s this month. Queen Anne Maple highboys, a mahogany Federal “lolling” chair, an American Chippendale mahogany chest and a William and Mary high chest are among the 18th century furniture pieces offered. Asian art treasures include russet and white carved jade, Buddhist objects, Japanese bronze and silver, and fine snuff bottles of amber and white jade. Decorative collectibles in this auction also include Rookwood pottery, Gorham sterling and a bronze compote from Louis C. Tiffany Furnace, Inc. Among the fine art highlights are a small Surrealist sculpture by Ernest Trova (1927-2009), an Impressionist view of New England by Sam Barber, and an early California still life by Alice B. Chittenden (1859-1944). A 1959 abstract mixed media piece by international avant-garde artist Christo Coetzee (1929-2000) is featured. Mid-century female portraits by Lai Kui Fang (b. 1936) would make the perfect finishing touch in a Hollywood Regency interior. Gifts of jewelry are plentiful in February, from gold and sterling silver to gemstones and fine timepieces. Tiffany & Co. cufflinks and a Mikimoto pearl necklace will be offered. 2751 Todd Street, Alameda, CA 94501 Michaan's Auctions info@michaans.com false MM/DD/YYYY

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Saturday, February 3, 10am - 5pm
Sunday, February 4, 9am - 5pm
Friday, February 9, 12pm - 5pm
Day of sale, beginning at 9am
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Early American fine furniture, exquisite Chinese snuff bottles and 20th century modern art are highlighted at Michaan’s this month. Queen Anne Maple highboys, a mahogany Federal “lolling” chair, an American Chippendale mahogany chest and a William and Mary high chest are among the 18th century furniture pieces offered. Asian art treasures include russet and white carved jade, Buddhist objects, Japanese bronze and silver, and fine snuff bottles of amber and white jade. Decorative collectibles in this auction also include Rookwood pottery, Gorham sterling and a bronze compote from Louis C. Tiffany Furnace, Inc. Among the fine art highlights are a small Surrealist sculpture by Ernest Trova (1927-2009), an Impressionist view of New England by Sam Barber, and an early California still life by Alice B. Chittenden (1859-1944). A 1959 abstract mixed media piece by international avant-garde artist Christo Coetzee (1929-2000) is featured. Mid-century female portraits by Lai Kui Fang (b. 1936) would make the perfect finishing touch in a Hollywood Regency interior. Gifts of jewelry are plentiful in February, from gold and sterling silver to gemstones and fine timepieces. Tiffany & Co. cufflinks and a Mikimoto pearl necklace will be offered.

Inquiries

Automobiles
Desman Coronado
(510) 227-2515
Asian Art
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
Gabe Herzog
510-227-2518
Jewelry and Timepieces
Elise Coronado
(510) 227-2570

Artist Listing

American School, (attributed to) George Washington Appleton, Sam (Samir) Barber, Henri Alphonse Barnoin, E.J. Bellocq, Franz Biberstein, (manner of) Johannes Bosboom, (style of) Antoine Bouvard, Beniamino Bufano, George Walter Caldwell, California School, Louis Chappel, Ronald Chase, Chittenden, Alice B. 291 Jeanne-Claude Christo, Henry Cleenewerck, Christo Coetzee, Continental School, Birgit Dieker, Jorge Duron, Dutch School, John Englehart, Rudolf Epp, Mark E. Van Epps, European School, Fabio Massimo Faggi, Lai Kui Fang, Ellen Frances Burpee Farr, Carlo Ferranti, French School, Charles Gill, Charles Henry Grant, Peter Green, Erik Gronborg, George Grosz, James Mcdougal Hart, Heinie Hartwig, Michael Heizer, Lowell Herrero, Albert Hirschfeld, Sven Hoglund, Geoffrey Holt, Budd Hopkins, Paul Horiuchi, Percy Van Eman Ivory, J.M. Johnson, (attributed to) Rockwell Kent, Randall Lagro, Benjamin Williams Leader, Nat Levy, Howard Little, J. Vance Miller, Daniel Hernandez Morillo, Hector Navarro, Harl Nobles, Lillie V. O'Ryan, Stewart Orr, Edmund Ostaus, Tommy Dale Palmore, Clara Parrish, Arthur Wilde Parsons, David Payne, Mary Martha Pearson, Mitzi Pederson, George Post, Markku Rantala, (after) Frederic Remington, (after) Georges Rohner, Joseph Sacks, Bob Sanders, Frederick Schafer, Norbert Schlaus, Scottish School, (manner of) Dominic Serres, (attributed to) Dominic Serres, Hanna Sidorowicz, Bernard Silberstein, Lawrence Beall Smith, Eva Szorc, Ernest Trova and (style of) Francisco Zuniga.