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Items from the collection of Atlanta entertainment attorney Joel A. Katz are auctioned January 12th

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The 560-lot auction, held online and live in the Atlanta gallery, featured fine art, jewelry and watches, designer furniture, art glass, objets d'art, memorabilia and guitars. Internet bidding was hosted across several online platforms.

ATLANTA - eTradeWire -- A Lalique (French) 'Anemones Grand' vase and pedestal sold for $24,200, an artist proof's bronze sculpture on a brass base by Tolla Inbar (German/Israeli) brought $20,570, and an oil on canvas painting by Robert Jessup (American, b. 1952) realized $18,150 at a sale of items from Atlanta entertainment attorney Joel A. Katz held January 12th by Ahlers & Ogletree.

The 560-lot auction, conducted online and live in Ahlers & Ogletree's Atlanta showroom, featured fine art, estate jewelry and watches, designer furniture, art glass, objets d'art, memorabilia, guitars and more. Mr. Katz is an icon in the entertainment field. He was named one of the music industry's most powerful attorneys by Variety magazine in 2021.

The limited-edition Lalique 'Anemones Grand' ovoid form vase and pedestal, executed in midnight blue crystal with white enamel accents, was covered in high relief anemone blossoms and marked to the bottom "Lalique France" and numbered (03/188). The vase, which stood 19 inches tall, rested on a custom, circular lighted pedestal with a remote.

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The artist's proof bronze sculpture on a brass base by Tolla Inbar (b. 1958) was titled Sky is the Limit and depicted figures marching into the sky in a spiral formation. Impressive at 45 ½ inches tall by 19 inches wide, the sculpture, #8 of 8, rested on a square patinated brass base and was marked to the side of the single foot on the ground with "Tolla A.P."

The oil on canvas by Robert Jessup, titled Rabbit Lecturing to a Hare, depicted a rabbit dressed as a human with a hare sitting on a tree stump alongside. Large at 64 inches by 60 ¼ inches (unframed), the painting was signed lower left. Jessup has created abstract works since 2011. He's painted figuratively for most of his career, particularly large triptychs.

Ahlers & Ogletree's next major event will be a Western & Native American Art auction on Friday, February 24th. It will be held at Ahlers & Ogletree's new auction space on the West Side of Atlanta, at 1788 Ellsworth Industrial Boulevard. Future auctions will feature the items people have come to expect from Ahlers & Ogletree: fine art and jewelry, stamps and decorative items.

To learn more, please visit www.aandoauctions.com. Updates are posted often.

Natalie Ahlers

Source: Ahlers & Ogletree, Inc.
Filed Under: Entertainment, Auction

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