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DETROIT GOLF CLUB NEIGHBORHOOD UNIVERSITY DISTRICT VERY PACKED ESTATE SALE

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  • The address for this sale in Detroit, MI 48221 will no longer be shown since it has already ended.
Fri
Feb 03
10am to 5pm
2017
Sat
Feb 04
10am to 5pm
2017
Sun
Feb 05
10am to 5pm
2017

Estate Sales By Jen Jounie

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MORE PHOTOS WILL BE POSTED THE EVENING BEFORE THE SALE.... WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE DELAY... VERY PACKED HOUSE! 

THIS HOUSE IS PACKED FROM TOP TO BOTTOM AND END TO END MANY MORE PHOTOS WILL BE POSTED SOON. Thousands of items in this house

Hundreds of pieces from Africa

Thousands and Thousands of Beads (Swarovski Crystal, African Beads, Czech Fire Polished Beads, Glass Beads, Bliss Beads, Jesse James beads, Over 300 pendants, Darice Beads, Stone Beads, Agate Beads, semi-precious stone beads, Fresh water pearls, Jewelry findings) and so much more!!! We have everything kind of you bead you can think of!!

Authentic Tribal Clothing from Africa

Mud Cloth / Mud Cloth Poncho / Mud Cloth Pillows

Kuba Cloth (3 different kinds) (Sheared/Died)

Kenta Cloth - used for royalty

Dogon African Tribe wall hanging symbols

Dozen pieces of art by Charles A. Bibbs: Charles Bibbs is a visual artist. Charles Bibbs has had several gallery and museum exhibitions, including at the Riverside Art Museum. Several works by the artist have been sold at auction, including 'THREE MEN' sold at Clark's Fine Art Gallery & Auctioneers Inc. 'Auction' in 2014. There have been many articles about Charles Bibbs, including 'African American artists from opposite coasts reunite in Oakland' written by Rachel Howard for San Francisco Chronicle in 2015.  Charles Bibbs has always believed that we are the keepers of our culture, and as such, has spent much of his time working towards developing a cohesive, energized African American community. He is a committed activist on behalf of economic development and empowerment in the community, spending much of his free time holding seminars and workshops with young people. In his quest to preserve and develop the visual arts, Charles Bibbs has founded Art 2000, a non-profit visual art association that informs and inspires artists and art patrons alike. Out of this association has grown Images Magazine, the first national publication dedicated to ethnic art. Another one of Charles passions is jazz music; and by founding the Inland Empire Music and Arts Foundation, another non-profit organization, he has been able to bring an annual world class jazz and art festival to Southern California, while providing much needed funding for a number of art and music programs.  Charles Bibbs artwork manages to fuse African, African American and Native American cultural themes, to make powerful cross cultural statements. His work is thought provoking and capable of arousing strong emotions regardless of ethnic, gender and generational affiliation. Although he may have an idea or vision in mind when painting a particular piece, Charles prefers each individual who views his work to gain a personal vision from his artwork. Across the board, his renderings convey a deep sense of spirituality, majesty, dignity, strength and grace. It is sufficient to say, however his works are viewed, whatever individual emotions they may evoke, they remain characteristically and recognizably Bibbs.

Kathleen Wilson Artist

Romare Bearden Artist

Heidi Lange Artist

Hundreds of house hold items

Hundreds of African, Kwanzaa and African-American Christmas Decorations... Dozens of Black Santa Clauses & Black Angels, Collectibles, six different sizes Sandy dolls (Angels), Many of these items have been retired and no longer available

cabbage patch Olympic dolls

Thousands of Arts and Crafts!!!! More than your eyeballs can handle!!! YES there is that much!!!!

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