Dallas Auction Gallery
Dallas Auction Gallery was founded in 2002 by the Shuford family. They are specializing in fine art and antiques, both Western and Asian. Under these categories, customers can find the best of everything from modern art and sculptures to porcelain, furniture and clocks. The auctions are conducted at the company's auction room at Monitor Street in Dallas, Texas. At their website, Dallas Auction Gallery provide customers worldwide with information regarding upcoming auctions. Auction catalogues can also be found at their website. The customer doesn't have to attend the auction to place a bid - Dallas Auction Gallery offers the opportunity to bid via telephone, or online. The development of their website have made the customer base of Dallas Auction Gallery expand from local to global.
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- Indian ivory carving depicting Krishna and Radha.
- Indian ivory carving depicting Krishna and Radha.\n(International buyers should note that several countries do not allow the importation of lots containing materials made from endangered species. This includes, but is not limited to, ivory, coral and tortoiseshell. Please familiarize yourself with relevant import and customs regulations prior to bidding). 7.5"H, Circa - Early 20th C. Dallas Auction Gallery
- Bow front Georgian tortoise shell tea caddy
- Bow front Georgian tortoise shell tea caddy\nWith elaborate silver and mother-of-pearl inlay, the interior with two lidded compartments and standing on turned ivory feet. 5.75"H x 8''W x 5.25"D, Circa - Early 19th C. Dallas Auction Gallery
- Large Portuguese palissy vase by M. Mafra
- Large Portuguese palissy vase by M. Mafra\nApplied with a snake slithering amidst foliage, shells and floral buds. Stamped, "M. Mafra Caldas Portugal". 14.75''H x 12'' Dia., Circa - Second half 19th C. Dallas Auction Gallery
- School of Guillermo Mesquida
- School of Guillermo Mesquida\nOil painting on canvas depicting story of Moses. Canvas: 14.75"H x 17"W; Frame: 21.5"H x 22.75"W. Unsigned. Guillermo Mesquida (Spanish, 1675-1747). Relined. Circa - Late 18th C. Dallas Auction Gallery
- An American reverse painted panel lamp having
- An American reverse painted panel lamp having\nEight panels shading from sky blue to tangerine each painted to depict sprays of violets set within a pierced frame. Raised on a lighted, four-panel reverse painted base. 24"H x 18" Dia., Circa - First quarter 20th C. Dallas Auction Gallery
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