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A Coy-Krupp Sale

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Sat
Dec 03
10am to 4pm
2016
Sun
Dec 04
11am to 1pm
2016

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A Coy-Krupp Sale

www.coykrupp.com

 

1444 Old Skokie Road * Highland Park

Saturday December 3 * 10:00 am to 4:00 pm * numbers at 9:30

Sunday December 4 * 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

 

Deep discounts on Sunday – no reasonable offers refused – bring your boxes & trucks!

 

Very packed sale includes the following:  Dessin Fournir hammered iron four post bed with slim canopy' owner paid $15,000... we tagged it $1500;  George III mahogany what not, 1810; Georgian and early Victorian burlwood boxes including dressing box, writing box and snuff boxes; Chagall lithograph, from Exodus series edition of 250; Daniel Argimon, Painting/collage from Richard Gray Gallery; Claire Prussian, Woman at Backgammon Board, colored pencil drawing; Spanish open cupboard and sideboard; Collection of Spanish ceramics, 19th Century; Wonderful pair of etched mirror sconces with bronze candle arms; Two Georgian mahogany dressing mirrors; Covarrubius lithographs, Rice Granary, Bali and Mexican Street Scene, both signed in pencil; Leonardo Nierman, acrylic on canvas; William Gropper lithograph; Harry Sternberg, Blast Furnace, lithograph; Large watercolor by Francis Chapin; Joseph Hirsch lithograph; Fernand Leger, Acrobats, color lithograph, signed in pencil; High quality Arts and Crafts carved mahogany library chair; Large French fruitwood chest of drawers, 1760; shaped top with three large drawers; Susan Etcoff Fraerman, Chance, mixed media sculpture; D. Mikkel carved burlwood torso; large ceramic bowl by Marietta Theodorou-LeMieux; Handsome black lacquered library table with Greek key tooled leather top, purchased from Branca; Down upholstered sofa and loveseat; Whitewashed wood console table with Prince of Wales feathers; Large Michel Henry oil on canvas of floral bouquet; Art Nouveau wood and hammered copper firescreens; Three piece Art Deco upholstere lounge set consisting of loveseat and pair of club chairs; Large and impressive collection of American brillian cut glass including vases, bowl, platters, pitchers and more; Great pairs of French chairs; Set of six country ladder back dining chairs; Set of eight French style dining chairs with white leather upholstery; Four panel architectural painted floor screen; Very pretty papier mache tray table, black with gold decoration; Good Georgian mahogany sofa table, purchased circa 1970 from Malcolm Franklin; 19th Century tole tea cannister fitted as table lamp; Stacks of good china dinner plates; Waterford stemware; Art Deco hammered bronze mirrors; Art Deco hammered iron hall tree; Art Nouveau beaded bags; Art Pottery; Arts and Crafts and Art Nouveau candlesticks, lamps and mirrors; French Art Deco clock; Chartreuse velvet upholstered loveseat; Art Deco polished wood sideboard with bronze hardware; Terra cotta architectural fragments; Many boxes of Christmas decorations; Three piece set of wicker, circa 1930, consisting of loveseat, rocker and chair; Stained glass windows; Many very good mink and other fur coats, including by Fendi; this is the tip of the iceberg….showroom has never been so full !

Come Sunday and bring a truck – we would like to see the showroom empty by Sunday afternoon and prices will fall to ridiculously low levels!

 

 

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