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Multiple 19th Century French marble top chest of drawers and reproductions, wardrobes, antique country French sideboards and china hutch, painted armchairs, silk upholstered sofas, Maitland-Smith, Baker, Kittinger, Theodore Alexander. Sterling silver flatware, collection of Asian art in bronze and porcelains, African bronze, rugs, lighting, silverware, patio urns, estate jewelry and much more. Height: 28 in.
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W e are proud to be celebrating our 45th year in business as Dealers in Fine Antiques and Art. Michi can be translated to mean 'the way' or 'path'. Inwe relocated to Houston, TX.
Since founding Gallery Auctions inVikki Vines has developed and expanded the company offering a wide selection of beautiful antiques, mid-century modern items and new home furnishings. Vikki and her son, Jon Goodling, travel the world to carefully select items for our auctions. They have also established long term relationships with significant shippers from many countries to be able to offer incredible volume and variety at wholesale prices.
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Masatoshi Fukumaru is a third-generation antiques dealer with a gallery in Kyoto, Japan, and high-end clientele in the United States. Fukumaru knows antiques. His father, he says, was an auctioneer so he had to know everything.