GROUP OF ART DECO ILLUSTRATIONS
GROUP OF ART DECO ILLUSTRATIONS
GROUP OF ART DECO ILLUSTRATIONS
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GROUP OF ART DECO ILLUSTRATIONS
Comprising twenty-five framed illustrations, one illustration signed Georges Fouquet, the remaining are unsigned with corresponding inventory numbers
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John M. Ullmann (1942 – 2018) was born to be in the jewelry business. His professional roots can be traced back generations to his grandfather Joseph in Budapest and his father Andrew in London. John immigrated to the United States in 1964 and quickly fell in love with what he referred to as the land of opportunity. When he was called to serve his newly adopted country, he enlisted and served in Vietnam. Although John served in an administrative role because of his fluency in French, he earned a Purple Heart for his efforts and contributions. After serving in the Army, John returned to New York and began to immerse himself in the jewelry industry.
John loved all things of beauty, especially objects from the Art Deco period. Lots 147-171 demonstrate his keen eye for collecting charming and unique pieces from the period. In the industry, John was known for discerning taste, swift decisiveness, and wholehearted dedication to his business and personally and most importantly, his devotion to his family.

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