IMPORTANT COLLECTION OF ART & 20TH CENTURY DESIGN ESTATE SALE!

estate sale3 day sale sale is over
  • Address The address for this sale in Southfield, MI 48075 will no longer be shown since it has already ended.
Dates
Fri
Dec 6
10am to 4pm
Sat
Dec 7
10am to 4pm
Sun
Dec 8
10am to 4pm

Terms

ALL ITEMS SOLD IN AN AS IS OR AS FOUND CONDITION.
PLEASE EXAMINE ITEMS BEFORE PURCHASING AS ALL SALES ARE FINAL.
OUR NUMBERS AVAILABLE ON FRIDAY AT 8 A.M.
ENTRY MAY BE LIMITED THROUGHOUT THE SALE IF CROWD SIZE IS OVER CAPACITY LIMIT.
3% FEE ON ALL CREDIT CARD SALES.
SHOPLIFTERS WILL BE PROSECUTED!
ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ACCIDENTS INSIDE OR OUTSIDE!
DELIVERY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE AT A REASONABLE COST!
PLEASE BE CONSIDERATE OF RESIDENTS AND DO NOT BLOCK DRIVEWAYS OR MAILBOXES. PLEASE PARK ON 1 SIDE OF STREET ONLY.

PLEASE ACCEPT OUR SINCERE THANKS FOR LETTING US SERVE YOU EACH WEEK. WE GREATLY APPRECIATE THE FACT THAT YOU HAVE CHOSEN TO DO BUSINESS WITH US, AND IN RETURN WE PLEDGE OUR CONTINUING EFFORTS TO OFFER YOU THE BEST, FAIR, FUN SERVICE AS POSSIBLE.

THANK YOU!

 
WELL KNOWN DETROIT COLLECTOR, WILLIAM "SKIP" DAVIS SHARES 50 YEARS OF COLLECTING! THIS IS HOW HE DESCRIBES IT: 
“ For five decades, I have collected Pop Art and Folk Art, emerging artists and established artists, big art and small art, Industrial Art and Ecclesiastical Art, Humorous art and Erotic Art, precious art and found art, mass-produced art and one-of-a-kind art, Art Nouveau and Artifacts, Graffiti Art and Graphic Art. The time is right to share my treasures.”
 

AN IMPORTANT SALE OF MODERN ART & SCULPTURE BY MICHIGAN & NATIONALLY KNOWN ARTISTS - INCLUDING HUGE STEEL SCULPTURE BY DAVID BARR, MID-CENTURY FURNISHINGS, 20TH CENTURY DESIGN, ART POTTERY AND GLASS, FOLK ART AND FOUND OBJECTS, AND MUCH MORE - ALL DISPLAYED IN HIS UNIQUE HOME THAT FEELS LIKE A SOHO ART GALLERY!

This is a packed house and with only 3 days to sell everything!

Because of the size of the house we may limit the amount of people in the house at one time. Please be patience with us. We will try to accommodate everyone.

FURNITURE, ETC.

  • David Orth Patinated Steel Industrial Coffee Table
  • Italian Parchment and Marquetry bar cabinet designed by Vittorio Lombardi with inlaid animals & hunters
  • Roger Sprunger for Dunbar Chrome Center Table w/ Glass Top
  • Edward Wormley for Dunbar Long John Bench
  • Giancarlo Piretti for Castelli “Plona” Folding Chair
  • Curtis Jere Pattinated Copper & Brass Brutalist Mirror
  • Kurt Versen Flip-top Floor Lamp
  • Horton Texteel Industrial Sculptural Steel Mesh Chair
  • Modernist Green Fiberglass Lounge Chair
  • 1960’s Orange Plastic “Tango” Stacking Chairs by Overman AB – Pair
  • White Plexiglass Glass Top Table w/ Pair “Z” Chairs
  • Brevettato, Italy steel dining table with frosted glass top
  • Set of 4 “Bombo” adjustable chairs designed by Stefano Givannoni for Magis, Italy
  • Set of 2 “Bombo” adjustable barstools designed by Stefano Givannoni for Magis, Italy
  • Phillip Stark for Kartell Super Glob Armchair  
  • Phillip Stark for Kartell Miss Balu table
  • Pair of Arthur Court gilt flower side tables w/ glass tops
  • Pair of sectioned custom upholstered sofas
  • Asian carved rosewood stand with marble insert
  • Mixed woods drum table
  • Marizio Tempestini for Saltinerini geometric iron table
  • Paul McCobb planner group “Shovel chair”
  • Black steel cut iris barstool
  • Antique iron tile top side table
  • Saporetti leather swivel chair with chrome base
  • 4 pc Crate & Barrel sectional
  • Low Black media stand
  • Artist made folk art wood block chair
  • Mid-Century chrome coffee table w/ 3 crossed legs, ball feet, and glass top
  • Vintage Folk Art small 3 drawer chest
  • 3 pc. Black Office Desk with rolling file cabinet
  • 4 Drawer Oval Maple Chest
  • Italian Chiavari high ladder-back chair w/ woven seat
  • American Freeform Burlwood Pedestal Table Base
  • Pair Authentic vintage Knoll Wassily chrome chair frames
  • Pair vintage iron butterfly chairs

 

DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES & COLLECTIBLES

  • American Mid-Century White Geodesic Sculpture
  • Modernist Carved Wooden Abstract Sculpture
  • Art Deco Chrome & Glass Andirons
  • Laurel Mid-Century Aluminum Brutalist Table Lamps – Pair & Tall Single Lamp
  • Large Clear Acrylic Table Lamp
  • Dansk Silverplate Animals and Candleholders
  • Extensive Collection of Vintage Christmas Ornaments & Decorations from Italy, W. Germany, etc.
  • Industrial Molds
  • Modernica Nelson bubble light fixture
  • Roland Simmons lumalights
  • Vintage ceramic tiles including Pewabic
  • George Kovacs lighted white plastic cylinder pedestal
  • Tall chrome cylinder pedestal
  • Mid-Century neon-style tubular lamp
  • Vintage hand painted black and white mirror in the style of a banner hanging from a brass rod
  • Large lucite freeform bowl
  • Collection of African and Tribal hand Carvings, Figures. Canes and Masks
  • Art Deco black pottery panther
  • Pair of wrought iron carved tall candlesticks
  • Two pairs of Art Deco iron andirons
  • Zebra skin top African Drum
  • Antique oval hand painted ceramic plaque
  • Moose Antler
  • Mid-Century colored Lucite stacking ring lamp
  • Copper colored ceramic table lamp with triangle details
  • Pair of Art Deco black metal altar floor candleholders
  • Assortment of carved horn bowls, cups, & bird sculpture
  • Unsigned stone carved sculpture, “Thinker”
  • Assortment of handmade Beaded wire pieces, including lion sculpture
  • Handmade needle basket
  • Miro` Domino Set
  • Vintage kid’s metal building set, “The Constructioneer”
  • Royal Haeger Stallions TV lamp
  • Marty pottery lamp
  • Tramp Art popsicle lamp
  • Collection of cement and wood Architectural Elements & Detroit Demolition Artifacts
  • 3 large Chinese pots made from Yangtze river mud in iron stands
  • Collection of Andy Warhol soup cans
  • “Marilyn Merlot” wine bottle collection
  • Buenilum aluminum covered bowl
  • Vintage alabaster fruit

 

ART

  • David John Barr (American, 1939-2015) Large Steel Sculpture
  • Bayat Keerl (Swiss, b. 1948) “Fatal Metal Mark #2”, Oil on Photo, 1979
  • Curtis Jere (American, 20TH c.) Brass Horse Head & Patinated Metal Wall Sculptures
  • Stephen Magsig (American, b. 1946) “Hoot Robinson’s Diner”, Oil on Canvas
  • Claes Oldenberg (Swedish-American, b. 1929) “Study for Steel & Lead Ashtray”, 9-Color Aquatint, Ed. 23/50
  • John Clem Clarke (American, b. 1937) “Louis XIV”, Lithograph
  • Frank Kozik (American, b. 1962) “Smoking Pink Poop”, Silkscreen, Ed. 35/60
  • Gerry King (American, b. 1945) “Tartessos Vase” Glass Sculpture
  • Shepard Fairey (American, b. 1970) “Lebowski Fest”, Richard Nixon Bowling, Silkscreen, Ed. 226/300, c. 2003
  • Jim Miller-Melberg (American/Michigan, b. 1929) “Figure”, Charcoal & Watercolor, c. 1950’s
  • R.A. Miller (American Folk Artist, 1912-2006) “Snake”,
  • Teresa Petersen (American/Michigan, 20th c.) “Woman at the Door”, Oil Painting on Found Object Door
  • Susan Logan (American, 20th c.) “Tall Man”, Sculpture
  • Luke Jordan (American, 20th c.) “Standing Nude by a Chair”, Photograph
  • Mary Fortuna (American/Michigan, 20th c.) “Leather Amulets w/ Horse Hair”, 2 Fetish Sculptures
  • Sergio DeGiusti (American/Michigan, 20th c.) “Cast Head Medallion”, Hydrocale
  • Allen Berke (American/Michigan, 1948-2003) “Man with Hat”, Oil on Canvas
  • Laura Grabowski (American, 20th c.) “Found Objects Assemblage”
  • Matthew Loflin Davis (American/Michigan, 1969-2015) Black/White Photograph of a Prostitute
  • Robert Berry (American/Michigan, 20th c.) “Grandma Dress Up”, Oil on Canvas, 1994
  • Mike Russo (American/Michigan Graffiti Artist, 20th c.) “King of Hearts”, Oil on Board
  • c.) “Autumn in thHelen Bevan (American/Michigan, 20Milford”, Oil on Canvas
  • William “Skip” Davis (American/Michigan, 20th c.) Paintings, Found Object Assemblages/Shadowboxes
  • Fuse Box Sculpture, Wood w/ Plaster
  • Craig Carey handcrafted wood table “Fishpond”
  • 1960’s Authentic Chinese 4’ x 6’ Oil on Linen Portrait of Mao Zedong, former Chairman of the People’s Republic of China, typical of portraits found in Communist Party or Government meeting halls during the Cultural Revolution (1966 until Mao’s death in 1976)
  • Richard Nixon 1952 Campaign Photograph, 4' x 7' mounted on board, an American artifact  
  • Brian Nelson (American/Michigan, 20th c.) “Life Vest”, Cast Lead Sculpture
  • c.) “thBruce Giffin (American/Michigan, 20Michigan Central Station, Detroit, Black/White Photograph
  • Arthur Schneider (American/Michigan, 20th c.) “Couple”, Multicolor Wood Sculpture
  • Clinton Snider (American, b. 1969) “Soapbox Derby Entry”, Found Objects Sculpture
  • Joane Aquinto, Michigan Pewabic Artist “Keyhole Box”
  • Robin C. McGee (American, 20th c.) "Three Nail Teapot", Fabricated Pewter, c. 1989
  • Ernest Trova (American, 1927-2009) “Evolving Man”, Poster
  • Larry Zox (American, 1937-2006) “Whitney Museum Exhibition”, Poster
  • Handmade woven aluminum free form basket
  • Richard Jerzey “Jester” oil on board
  • Karyn Sisson, folk art clothespin bowl
  • Michael D Hall, painted collage “Invasions of Motown”
  • Harold Cohn, oil on canvas “Aerobat”
  • Midcentury Aluminum sculpture “Double Horn”
  • James Stephens, oil on canvas “New York Meal”
  • David Rickfelder, charcoal and acrylic on cardboard “I Promise”
  • Artist made terra cotta painted  bust
  • Robin C McGee fabricated pewter “ Three Nail Tea Pot” 1989
  • 1950’s modern art abstract bronze Eagle by Klein
  • Doug Huston, print “God Save the Thing”
  • Jack Johnson, Detroit, Tempura on craft paper “Man in Black Hat”
  • Midcentury nail sculpture “Fire”
  • Signed papyrus bowl
  • Sean Evans Pyro art on paper
  • Tyree Guyton painted typewriter
  • Collection of wood foundry molds
  • Collection of  bronze brutalist sculptures
  • Tribal wood horse sculpture
  • Richard Kozlow abstract bronze
  • Diane Alva, Detroit artist “Abstract Portraits”  oil on board
  • Ben Lyon, Michigan artist “Truck Sconce”
  • Dale Teachout found object mask
  • Terry Light, mixed media “Fortune nail hand”
  • T.J. Pewe, mixed media/bust on board “Howlin Wolf”
  • JT Abernathy large studio pottery bowl
  • Barbara Ravizza, Litho “Conversation piece #19 Shoes”
  • David Brainard, Artist Proof “His Name is Alive” cloud box
  • “Nature” painted wood letters
  • Unsigned copper wire sculpture
  • Burled Wood tree sculpture
  • “3 Women” Bronze sculpture
  • Mid-Century carved stone “Woman” sculpture
  • Brutalist artist made wood geometric sculpture
  • Artist made burlap soft sculpture with copper fittings
  • Matthew David “Avante Guarde” signed erotic photo
  • Dennis Barrclouch U of M artist #7 bronze sculpture
  • Laura Gajewski, mixed media “Willard”
  • Harson Mixed Media “Bunny Man”
  • Paint-by-Number Paintings Collection – Salon of Mid-Century Kitsch Paintings in Oil and Acrylic
  • Tramp Art and Prison Art
  • Many unframed signed art works
  • Many unframed posters and prints

 

METALWARE

  • Dansk Silverplate Animals and Candleholders
  • Collection of Enameled Metal Dishes and Bowls – Most Signed
  • Italian Mid-Century brass beverage set
  • Antique pewter teapot
  • Jennings Brothers pewter heron

 

GLASS, POTTERY, PORCELAIN, AND CHINA

  • Eugino Pattarino, Italy Ceramic Rooster Platter
  • Lisa Larsen for Gustavsberg ceramic elephant tile
  • Iittala Glassware
  • Collection of signed & unsigned studio pottery
  • “Island Worcester” design by Vera dinnerware
  • Dansk Flamestone
  • “Blue Ridge” Southern Potteries dinnerware
  • Vintage Hand painted and signed Blair dinnerware
  • Red Wing Pottery “Smart Set” dinnerware
  • Iroquois China “Pyramids” dinnerware
  • Fiesta pitcher, salt and pepper
  • Art Deco metal/ceramic teapot
  • 30’s ceramic bellhop barware
  • Vintage Hazel Atlas glasses
  • Vintage Culver Pisa glasses
  • French Opaline blue tumblers
  • Etched “Rooster” glasses
  • Sculptural White Opaline glasses
  • Signed studio pottery vase with exposed face
  • Harder Aztec gold compote
  • Sasha Brastoff gold bowl and mug
  • Sevres France ceramic vase
  • German porcelain gold vase
  • Art pottery chargers, “Profiles” signed Maria
  • Midcentury Johannes Brahm California pottery bowl
  • Napco vintage alligator dish
  • Pottery by Don Lewis, J Brady, Arno Schneiding, J. Terestman, Millie Misch, J. Pasman and more
  • Vintage Chinese porcelain
  • Large collection of artist made majolica plates and platters
  • Vintage Jackson China lobster plates
  • Frankoma “Maya Aztec” pitcher
  • Rosenthal Netter Italian pottery
  • Glass nude figural vases
  • Handblown glasses
  • Rita Duvall art pottery 7pc. Mug set w/ tray
  • Beaverware wall pocket
  • 8 sedan Swedish Lassee Feral tumblers
  • Kosta Boda Crystal bird
  • Robert Deeble frosted glass tray
  • 2 Mid-Century handblown glass beverage sets
  • Maurice Heaton signed art glass dish
  • US Quarry tile co plates

 

WOOD

  • Merryll Saylon signed wood bowl
  • Ducks unlimited carved wood duck by Tom Tabr & Horsey Kyle
  • Exotic wood hand carved bison
  • Peter Petrouchko mixed wood vessel
  • Collection of artist made wood vessels, bowls, etc. -signed/unsigned

 

MISCELLANEOUS

  • Vintage graphics and advertising from auto industry
  • Books including Photography, Art, and Graphic Arts
  • Drafting table
  • Light fixtures
  • Kenwood turntable
  • Kenwood CD player
  • Kenwood receiver
  • JBL speakers
  • Vintage United States roll up school map
  • Vintage hardware
  • Glass and pottery insulators
  • Large Vintage Record Collection

 

 

DO NOT MISS THIS SALE!

 

 

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