Estate Antiques, Fine Art & Chinese Export Auction

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Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers is proud to announce our January New Years antique, fine art, and Chinese export auction featuring over three hundred and fifty lots on Saturday, January 6th at 11:00am.

The auction will feature a selection of American and European fine and decorative arts, furniture, and collectibles from estates throughout New England including the George Dagher collection of Chinese export porcelain, New York, New York. Fine are highlights include an oil on canvas still life painting by Robert Spear Dunning (1829-1905) and a 16th century oil on board French Mannerist painting depicting the conversion of St. Paul attributed to the School of Fontainbleau (1530-1610).

Other fine art highlights include a collection of three oil paintings by Ukrainian expressionist Mychajlo Moroz (1904-1992). Decorative art highlights include a bronze sculpture of a female nude titled The Bather by Enrique Alferez (1901-1999) and an exceptional, exhibition quality European cast iron Moorish figural elephant pedestal. Other decorative art highlights include a fine 18th century Italian carved walnut figural putto table and suite of French Art Deco burlwood veneer figural elephant sideboards and matching center table. The Dagher collection of export is highlighted by a fine three piece set of Sailor’s sweetheart decorated porcelain articles and armorial tea cup from the service created for the Duke of Gordon and Marquees of Huntley. These are only two pieces of the exquisite fifty-five-piece collection. Other Asian art highlights include a fine zitan wood painted marble folding screen, 19th century reverse painting of Emperor Zitan, and a collection of snuff bottles.

Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers are located at 63 Fourth Avenue, Cranston, RI, 02910. For more information please visit Bruneauandco.com or call us at our gallery 401-533-9980.

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