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Ahlers & Ogletree

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https://www.aandoauctions.com | 404-869-2478
700 Miami Circle, Atlanta, Georgia

Ahlers & Ogletree Auction Gallery is a full-service auction gallery strategically located on Miami Circle in the historic Buckhead district of Atlanta, one of the Southeastern United States’ largest commercial and financial centers. The gallery is owned and operated by Robert Ahlers and his wife Christy Ogletree Ahlers whose collective 25 years of experience in the Atlanta estate and auction industry forms the backbone of the company. The gallery presents between 8-10 auctions each year featuring a diverse assortment of items and collections including rare objects, fine art, estate jewelry, vintage automobiles, fine silver, collectibles, antique furniture, and rare maps and books. Our offerings come from leading collectors and private estates, as well as deaccessioned works from museums. Our live auctions are held in Atlanta but are attended via phone and internet by bidders from across the nation and world.

    • Ahlers & Ogletree - Oct 3, 2019

      Known primarily for his highly popular and prized animal figurines, Professor Theodor Kärner (1884-1966) was one of Germany’s most distinguished porcelain artists. Kärner’s master craftsmanship and artistry were key to his employment at several prominent German porcelain factories over the course of his career, including Nymphenburg, Rosentha...

    • Jul 17, 2019

      Ahlers & Ogletree Auction Gallery held a 2-day auction at the end of June, auctioning off more than 1,200 lots of fine art, silver, china, jewelry and much more. Snowflake Chandelier by Paavo Tynell There were many surprises, with prices sky-rocketing past their estimates.  A signed Paavo Tynell chandelier called “Snowflake” brought in...

    • Feb 23, 2018

      The 1923 oil on canvas was the top achiever in an auction that grossed around $1.19 million. A 1923 oil on canvas painting by the noted American landscape artist John Fulton Folinsbee (1892-1972), titled River at New Hope, knocked down for $165,200, and an important 18kt gold, emerald and diamond necklace pendant found a new owner for $35,400 at A...

    • Jun 8, 2017

      It was a party replete with fancy hats, seersucker suits, mint juleps and lots of fun. Shepherd Center’s annual Derby Day – the largest attended and longest-running fundraising event in Shepherd Center history – celebrated its 35th year on May 6 with a record-breaking crowd of more than 1,300 guests. For 35 years, the Shepherd Center Ju...

    • Apr 1, 2017

      The world of antique auctions and estate sales is full of people with interesting stories to tell and replete with mysteries. In the era of PBS’s Antiques Roadshow, people en masse are beginning to understand and appreciate the wild collectability of items ranging from antique French sideboards and vintage arcade games to signed modern lithograph...

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