Nearly 1,500 quality lots net $1.1 million at Ahlers & Ogletree's Jan. 14-16 auction in Atlanta, Ga A GIA-certified 6.77-carat modern Champagne diamond ring slipped onto a new finger for $31,000 and was the top earner at Ahlers & Ogletree's January 14th-16th winter auction in Atlanta, Georgia.
Fleurs Joyeuse, done circa 1966-1971 and depicting a low porcelain vase and a bright floral bouquet, realized $5,890. Also from France, an early 20th century French carved oak barley twist tray table on stand with a carved and foliated pierced gallery and parquetry inlaid top finished at $2,596.
An International Silver Company (American, founded 1898) silver plated lighthouse form cocktail shaker, made circa 1920s and with the impressed Meriden mark at the base, breezed to $3,630; and a 126-piece set of fine and heavily silverplate flatware set in the Perles pattern, made circa the 1920s by Christolfe (French, founded 1830), with Christolfe chest, gaveled for $9,920.
Ahlers & Ogletree’s next auction is planned for March 25th and 26th, also in the firm’s Atlanta gallery. As with all Ahlers & Ogletree auctions, it will feature quality merchandise in a broad range of categories – hand-selected items, pulled from prominent local estates and collections.
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