From Antiques and The Arts Weekly – November 4, 2022 – DETROIT, MICH. — DuMouchelles conducted three days of sales, October 12-14, under the firm’s rubric that there’s something for everyone in its monthly auctions. October 12 featured fine and decorative art, antiques, furniture, estate jewelry, ceramics, art glass and crystal and more. It had an auspicious start with an Italian marble sculpture of Venus and Cupid, circa 1900, topping the offered lots at $18,600. The same price was achieved on October 13 for a pair of bronze gazelle garden sculptures that had graced the property of a prominent Central Avenue, Bay City, Mich., collector. That day saw further notable results for an impressive German silver plaque by Marshall Maynard Fredericks, fine art by Lemuel Everett Wilmarth, Veronese and Robert Natkin and antique militaria. The October 14 sale featured more than 150 lots of estate jewelry, kicked off by a stunning 50-carat aquamarine pendant.
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