5 feb. 2011

Michaan's Auction

Auction: Folk Art International Resources for Education Auction
Date:  7th February 2011, 10 am
Preview: February 4-7
Place: Main Gallery, 2751 Todd Street, Alameda, CA (USA)
Contact:  Gregory Ghent, tel: 5107400220123, Gregory@michaans.com
Webpage:  www.michaans.com
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Ethnographic, Asian, and Modern art sold to benefit the programs of Folk Art International Resources for Education, a charitable organization.
Michaan's Auctions is a leading, full-service auction house on the West Coast specializing in the appraisals and sale of antiques and fine art. Some of Michaan's specialty departments include Asian Works of Art, Furniture and Decorative Arts, Modern, Contemporary, European and American Paintings, Prints and Jewelery.
Established in 2002, Michaan's Auctions holds up to thirty sales each year that attract a broad base of buyers and consignors from all over the world. With one of the largest facilities in Northern California, Michaan's offers buyers the ability to preview and bid on many unique and desirable pieces. Some of these pieces have garnered world record prices, including an A.D.M Cooper painting, The Three Graces, 1915, sold at auction for $21,060 in 2005, as well as an Eduard Gaertner,German City Street Scene, 1831, sold at auction for $266,000.
Michaan's has built its' reputation on its' ability to accept single items, groups or entire estates with the “no risk consignment policy”, a policy that sets them apart from other auction houses. There are no photography fees and if your item does not sell the consignor does not pay the insurance or a “buy-in” fee. Michaan's team of specialists are dedicated to staying current on the latest issues and developments in the market and are committed to providing personalized and professional attention throughout the entire auction process.
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