Leading auction gallery, Ahlers and Ogletree, has grown exponentially over the past decade and is proud to announce their recent relocation to the popular Upper Westside design district. Their exciting new building is located at 1788 Ellsworth Industrial Blvd NW, which is a highly popular shopping, dining, and retail destination.
Well-known locally, nationally, and internationally, Ahlers & Ogletree’s ever-expanding services have earned them the reputation as one of the leading auction houses in Georgia, which inspired their updated need to expand their company.
They moved from their former location on Miami Circle in Buckhead to the Upper West Side, joining Atlanta’s design area. Conveniently located near The Works, the gallery will serve as their corporate office, host live auctions, and provide warehousing needs for upcoming auctions, previews, and sales.
CEO and co-founder of Ahlers & Ogletree, Robert Ahlers, along with his wife, Christy, who oversees Peachtree Battle Estate Sales and Liquidations, their estate sales division, commented, “We are privileged to have acquired a 20,000-square-foot building in Atlanta’s burgeoning art and design district. We look forward to the public joining us at our grand opening preview night on Tuesday, June 13, to enjoy wine and hors d’oeuvres and view what is included in our new location’s ‘premier auction’ to follow on June 15-17.”
Ahlers & Ogletree’s grand opening three-day auction will be open to the public. The first two days of the sale will include modern, mid-century art and design, Asian arts, spectacular jewelry, and other collectibles and sought-after treasures. The third day will consist of items from a North Carolina estate, designed by noted architect William Roy Wallace, and will feature a thoughtfully curated array of designer furniture, decorative arts, rugs, clocks, books, and more. A&O is pleased to offer more than 200 lots pulled directly from the halls of this important North Carolina home, along with a spectacular collection of art and antiques over this exciting multiple-day auction.
In keeping with A&O’s long-standing reputation as a sought-after auction resource for private and rare collections, their highly successful past auctions have included such notable collections as those of Robert Woodruff, Emory Schwall, Joel Katz, Marjorie Knowles, the late governor’s wife, Betty Sanders, amongst many others. Realized prices from these estates can be viewed on their website.
As a global company with many thousands of followers, Ahlers & Ogletree has auctioned items from all over the world, including those acquired by museums, and items salvaged from the Carpathia, the famous ship that sank in 1918. Over the years, they’ve auctioned exquisite porcelains, historical collectibles, priceless jewels from Cartier, Tiffany, Patek Philippe, to Bentleys, Rolls Royces, portraits of presidents, Louis Vuitton, Daum, Lalique, rare works of arts and more. The ever-changing and evolving nature of their monthly auctions offers valuable objects of works of art and rarities, providing opportunities otherwise not easily accessible.
Ahlers & Ogletree’s stunning new location and home promises to be a fabulous addition to the interior design landscape and exciting world of live auctions.
Visit www.AandOauctions.com to join their mailing list, register and view their June auction catalog. Ahlers & Ogletree is now accepting consignments for upcoming auction seasons. Call 404.869.2478 or email email@example.com. The gallery is located at 1788 Ellsworth Industrial Blvd N.W., Atlanta, Ga. 30318.
- Robyn Spizman Gerson
- Ahlers and Ogletree
- Upper Westside design district
- Miami Circle
- The Works
- Robert Ahlers
- Peachtree Battle Estate Sales and Liquidations
- William Roy Wallace
- Robert Woodruff
- Emory Schwall
- Joel Katz
- Marjorie Knowles
- Betty Sanders
- Patek Philippe
- to Bentleys
- Rolls Royces
- Louis Vuitton