Often called the Dean of Texas Architecture, the late Frank Welch artfully expanded modernism in Texas’ landscapes, materials, and style. He had an eye for beauty and his furnishings reflect that as you can see today and Saturday at an estate sale held by Art Rousseau.
From the description:
“The family moved to a high-rise and took quite a bit of their furniture and accessories but what they left really makes a statement. Antiques, custom carpets, artwork, china, crystal and much more means that the sale should provide fun shopping for everyone – just remember to shop and not just gaze at the house. The family moved into a unit in a prominent high-rise where Art did the probate appraisal and the private “by-appointment-only” sale so this is truly one of those moments when you say that Dallas is just getting smaller and smaller – quite a coincidence.”
Four vintage PALECEK Crossings Side Chairs (shown above)
Antique furniture pieces
Two traditional mahogany four-post twin beds
Two Abousson upholstered hall chairs
Oriental accent pieces
China, Silver, and Crystal
LENOX “Autumn” china
Silver and silver-plate hollowware
Decor and Furnishings
STARK custom carpets
Original oil paintings
Signed and numbered lithographs
Clothing and accessories but no costume jewelry
If You Go
Address: 5800 Golf Drive, Dallas
Friday, March 13 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday, March 14 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.