Below a list of items sold thru us. I will attach pictures for each item listed. It would be nice to add a brief caption "Sold for:...."
8.91 Ct Emerald Cut Diamond
Alexander Phimister Proctor
Pottier & Stymus Victorian Etagere
Continental Silver Tankard
Please keep it as clean as possible. Also, this needs to be VERY SHARP and well done because we are looking to get a large quantity printed.
• GOAL: We are targeting CONSIGNORS and we are mainly looking for business.
Some sentences and text to be added:
We Welcome Consignments
to our Monthly Auctions
• Items subject to a reserve will be offered to a minimum $25 commission
Drop off your items at booth A3 during show hours Or call to arrange for complimentary pick up
I am attaching two brochure that are okay,but not great. Not sharp enough to "solicit ate businesses". However, it contains important information regarding our different services.
• The brochure needs to be creatived but not tacky or too much
• Please keep it informative but clean
• If you take a look to our webiste Peachtreebennett.com, you will get to see the gallery colors. Which are, Hersheys chocolate brown and a yellowish cheesecake color.
• I don’t like the cursive busy font
• I can provide you with images of items that have sold thru us.
*** If pictures are added.. I prefer they do not have a background****
ABOUT US TEXT SHOULD BE REPLACED FOR THE FOLLOWING:
Peachtree & Bennett has rapidly become known in the Atlanta area for premier estate property and antiques auctions. Their high end, fully cataloged sales, on par with the major New York auction houses, have generated realized prices such as $241,500 for an original Cy Twombly modern work of art, $327,750 for an 8.9 emerald cut diamond, and $23,000 for an antique Victorian sideboard. But few are familiar with the fact that every second Saturday of the month Peachtree & Bennett conducts general antiques and home furnishing auctions. These sales have no reserves or minimums, and offer remnants from fine estates from all along the eastern seaboard including New York City, Florida, and the greater Atlanta area. Often, these second tier sales can still offer very fine quality items, with realized prices ranging from $10 to $10,000. Such high end quality furnishings can be found at a fraction of their retail cost. One of the most notable bargain items from the last auction is a carved wardrobe cabinet currently seen at retail venues at $22,000. It sold for an amazingly low $225. A Maitland Smith center hall table currently found with a suggested retail price of $9,500 went for an astonishingly reasonable $375. Handmade Oriental carpets originally priced in upwards of $15,000, while merely needing a good cleaning, most often sell for under $500. Original works of art by listed artists come up, with some being hammered at prices as low as $5. Some items will command a price, but if you attend one of these sales you will find yourself having a hard time not bidding on these bargains. For collectors, dealers, and private buyers furnishing their homes, Peachtree & Bennett’s sales are not to be missed.
** If you choose to use any image.. please crop the background ** THANKS