Our next sale of selected estate personal property will be Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, November 8-10, in the Dallas Design District, Dallas, Texas.
Exact location to be announced the week prior to the sale.
This is a priced merchandise sale. Reductions of 25% of the marked price will apply to most remaining items on Saturday, and 50% of the original price on most items on Sunday. We consider any guaranteed bids before any item is marked down.
Our central estate is the property of a successful European art dealer, and also includes living estate items from a longtime Highland Park antique collector, a Preston Hollow volunteer leader, and several other experienced collectors.
The European estate includes paintings by well known Romanian artists Iacob Brujan and Aurel Bordanache, and by Hungarian Zoltan Ott. The Ott painting is a gorgeous copy of the Paul Peel masterpiece "After the Bath" now in the national Gallery of Canada.
We believe our copy was probably painted during the period of Nazi occupation to the end of Communist rule, during which the Peel original painting was hidden in Hungary.
Also there's a 19th century copy of a charming genre painting, signed and dated on the back by Margarethe Schlict, 1877, after 19th century Austrian artist von Defregger. This painting in a period frame needs restoration.
There are many pieces of custom German hand-made Art Deco period furniture of book-matched flame walnut. For those with a rustic cottage or mountain home, there is a wonderful old European enamel cook stove which can be used with gas and/or wood.
Our other estates offer silver, antique and vintage Chinese, French, Hungarian, and English porcelain, an American Renaissance Revival bedroom, an oil on board painting by American Leroy Updike, and a 19th century beautifully carved Louis XV style chaise longue with down cushion. There is even a pair of small Edwardian chairs family legend says are from the Vanderbilt estate.
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