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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(3) American dagger and English Bowie knives
(3) American dagger and English Bowie knives\nIncluding: (1) Bowie knife 9.75" overall length the 5.75" single edge clip blade marked, "E.M. Dickenson Sheffield, England". with German-silver oval crossguard and stag grips. Condition: good, gray metal blade with some dark spots; (1) Bowie knife 8.25" overall length, 4.75" single edge clip point blade marked, "Joesph Allen and Sons, Sheffield England", German-silver oval crossguard with stag grips. Condition: fair, blade tip point broken; (1) French style dagger 11.5" overall length, 7.5" single edge shaped blade marked, "America - Petitwall", oval crossguard with single curved quillion, ivory hilt with sterling bands. Condition: good. Circa - Late 19th C. Dallas Auction Gallery
Louis XVI style marble top side table
Louis XVI style marble top side table\nThe shaped marble top above an ormolu mounted frieze of garland swags and palmettes, raised by tapered fluted legs ending in toupie feet, connected by a stretcher. 29.25''H x 27.75''W x 18''D, Circa - 1900. Dallas Auction Gallery
Always Did 'Spise a Mule mechanical bank
Always Did 'Spise a Mule mechanical bank\nJockey Over variation, cast iron, manufactured by J. & E. Stevens Co., Cromwell, C.T., working condition. 8"H x 10.25"W x 3"D, Circa - 1885. Dallas Auction Gallery
Large KPM porcelain lidded tureen, surmounted
Large KPM porcelain lidded tureen, surmounted\nBy a bacchanalian putti form finial, the lid and bowl both with two large hand painted figural reserves, the lower rim of the lid, and top rim of the bowl with a basket weave border. Scepter mark in blue under glaze. 13.5"H x 12" Dia., Circa - Late 19th C. Dallas Auction Gallery
Signed "Kit Karbler and Michael David" glass
Signed "Kit Karbler and Michael David" glass\nSculpture numbered 79320. Karbler and David have been working together with glass since 1979. 13"H, Circa - 20th C. Dallas Auction Gallery
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Dallas Auction Gallery
2235 Monitor Street
Dallas, TX 75207

Phone - 214.653.3900
Fax - 214.653.3912
Toll Free - 866.653.3900
Email - info@dallasauctiongallery.com
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