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Cutlines for Dawson's Cortes postsale



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Cutlines for Dawson’s Cortes postsale

Believed to be of French origin and featuring a stagecoach and driver, the most sought-after bag in the sale reached $900.

Viennese ebonized and enamel plaque inset diminutive cabinet, $3,250.

A circa 1900 beaded bag in the design of an Oriental rug brought $600.

A pair of epaulets from the estate of Maurice Van Buren, a descendant of President Martin Van Buren, sold for $350.

Dawson’s Cortes postsale

Gallery owner Linda Dawson and auctioneer Michael Millea offered a lecture during the first preview.

“Place de l’Opera,” Edouard Cortes, $16,000.

Dawson’s Cortes postsale

Tiffany Favrile glass double gourd vase, $10,000.

Tiffany & Co. diamond and sapphire ring, $10,000.

Plains Indian beaded quiver, $3,500.

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