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425 Peachtree Hills Ave., Number 15, Atlanta, Georgia; (404) 467-8107;
A three story townhouse absolutely filled to the brim with one of the largest and most diverse selections anywhere. From signed French furniture, Irish consoles, Regency bookcases, quality Mid-century items, to William Jackson fireplace equipment. Parc Monceau has long been known as the “go to place” for designers and collectors looking for the unexpected, hard to find objects. The owner, Barry Hutner, is a passionate and knowledgeable collector with a developed eye for classic furniture. Hard to find a store more filled with beautiful merchandise. 
309 East Paces Ferry Road, Suite 130, Atlanta, Georgia; (404) 841-2345;
Born and raised in coastal Alabama, Robertson’s inspiration from indigenous trees and bodies of water, combined with his study of architecture, art and industrial design at Auburn, helped create the foundation for his paintings.   He continues to impress us with his combinations of color and texture which evoke eternal, multi-layered shorelines, landscapes, horizons and portals. To see more works, visit Catherine Kelleghan Gallery located on East Paces Ferry in Atlanta.
25 D Bennett Street, Atlanta, Georgia; (404) 352-1855;
Artists and collectors alike are drawn to Anne Irwin Fine Art, the premier destination for emerging and established Southern art. Part of the allure is due to Anne Irwin being an artist herself; her medium being based in graphic design. A creative mind, Anne established Anne Irwin Fine Art in 1985, setting out to illuminate emerging regional artists. Anne worked as an agent for these artists as well, engaging other galleries around the nation to examine more closely the undiscovered talents of the day. Her eye for excellence paid off, and now many of those artists have work hanging in some of the country’s most coveted galleries, including Anne’s own fine art gallery on Bennett Street in Buckhead.
425 Peachtree Hills Ave., Suite 16, Atlanta, Georgia; (404) 237-1137;
Edgar-Reeves Lighting and Antiques has supplied one-of-a-kind to discerning designers, decorators and collectors nationwide for more than ten years. Owner/designer Stephanie Edgar-Reeves creatively adapts European and American antiques, handcrafted pottery, architectural fragments and a variety of other objects  into distinctive lamps that provide unique appeal to any room. The shop carries a large inventory of lampshades in a variety of materials, sizes, shapes and colors.
3732 Roswell Road, Atlanta, Georgia; (404) 233-3857
Erika Reade Ltd carries an eclectic mix of European and American antiques. From lamps to tables to chairs, we love to mix old and new. The artwork in the shop is a collection of artists represented by art agent, Anne Irwin. The artwork is always fresh and is a wonderful grouping of traditional and subtle contemporary pieces. The shop is located in Powers Ferry Square shopping center in Buckhead. Come visit.
670 Miami Circle, Atlanta, Georgia; (404) 233-6333;
Thirty-three years ago, Gail Dearing had no idea that her love for antique American wicker would mature into one of the longest lived antiques businesses in Atlanta. Originally selling out of her basement, she specialized in vintage wicker that she picked up on back roads of New England. She opened the doors to her shop on Miami Circle in 1984. The family business now includes her daughters, Katie and Betsy. The inventory also includes English and French antique furniture, English majolica, lamps made from Southern pottery and architectural elements, and Russian Impressionist paintings.
4874 South Atlanta Road, Smyrna, Georgia; (404) 351-4464;
Englishman’s Fine Furnishings, makers of high-quality, antique reproduction furniture, offers the ability to enhance interiors and exteriors that juxtapose design with functionality. Highly trained craftsmen create pieces of the finest timber and traditional veneers. Dining and occasional tables, desks, chairs, sideboards, servers, bookcases, and other furniture are based upon European styles. Englishman’s bronze statuary and terracotta and garden stone collections are accoutrements to adorn homes. Best of all, Englishman’s furnishings can be customized.

3235 Paces Ferry Place, Atlanta, Georgia; (404) 261-8273;

Dale Rayburn was the first artist represented by Lagerquist Gallery over 38 years ago. He continues to create unique and powerful images for his many longtime collectors and those who have just discovered his work.

October 15th- October 30th
Opening Reception October 14th from 6-9

Willie Tubb and His Wife by Dale Rayburn

2161 Kingston Ct, Marietta, GA; (770) 424-3465;
Paul Robinson Fine Art offers exceptional original oil paintings with diverse pricing. Whether your needs demand collectable or decorative art, Paul Robinson is your best source. The gallery’s unrivaled variety of artists represents styles from traditional to transitional. The 3,000 square foot gallery has been serving Atlanta’s top designers for 30 years. It’s conveniently located at I-75 and Delk Road in Marietta. Hours are 9-4 p.m., Monday through Friday, and Saturday by appointment.
699 Miami Circle, Atlanta, Georgia; (404) 233-0222;;
More than fifteen exceptional international dealers...all in one convenient Buckhead shop! Foxglove Antiques & Galleries is filled with the finest country French, English, Italian and Swedish period antiques. Also in the mix? Original art, Botanica floral arrangements, unique architectural pieces, one-of-a-kind lamps and even a delicious lunch spot—Foxglove’s own petite café. Foxglove’s dealers search throughout Europe to bring comfortable luxury in timeless antique furniture and accessories that are perfect for your castle, cabin or cottage.
5180 Peachtree Industrial Blvd, Atlanta, Georgia; (770) 457-1903;
Great Gatsby’s Fine Antiques offers you an unprecedented 50,000 square feet of decorating possibilities from fine antique furnishings to lighting, fine art, and decorative accents. Selling the rare and the unusual since 1984, our gallery at 5180 Peachtree Industrial Blvd. is located just 1.5 miles inside I-285. Shop with us Mon-Fri 10-4, and Sat 12-4, or call 770-457-1903. We offer special consideration to the trade.
4240 Rickenbacker Drive, Atlanta, Georgia; (404) 257 0511;
Located on a quiet street in Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood, Huff Harrington is an oasis of fine art, carefully curated and displayed in a warm and cozy ranch house. Each of the seven rooms is a neutral backdrop for the gallery’s ever-changing selection of representational, abstract and impressionist art. Owners Ann Huff and Meg Harrington work with a number of emerging and mid-career American and French artists, happily mixing styles and media to create a feast for the eyes and soul. The French blue door is open Monday through Saturday, always welcoming art-lovers, friends and clients to the gallery.
711 Miami Circle, Atlanta, Georgia; (404) 231-0734;
The Gables girls have been expanding their horizons and bring to you a most exciting shipment with a twist of fun accessories, vintage furniture and classic antiques. This large shipment is colorful, has a definite ethnic influence combined with architectural elements and classic Delft. Come see how our new Painted Edge line blends with all these antiques for a fresh, clean look! Join the fun and explore the world!
55 Bennett St. NW, #20, Atlanta, GA; (404) 352-0055;
Interiors Market has been a favorite destination for almost twenty years by celebrated interior designers and savvy consumers alike. Offering a huge variety of quality antiques, architectural accents, fine art and decorative accessories. Voted best of Atlanta year after year, stop by and see for yourself what everyone loves about Interiors Market. Open six days 10-5pm. Open late until 8pm the first Thursday of the month. See you there for hors d'oeuvres and cocktails!
22-F Bennett Street, Atlanta, Georgia; (404) 352-8775;
Pryor Fine Art, formerly Bennett Street Gallery, strives to engage a contemporary stable of artists who exemplify innovation in technique, content and quality. Today, the gallery represents more than 40 artists from Atlanta and throughout the United States. Our stable of artists includes Harry Paul Ally, Peter Burega, Laura Schiff Bean, Dennis Campay, Jeff Cohen, John Folsom, Courtney J. Garrett, Jennifer JL Jones, Amy Metier, Andre Petterson, Felice Sharp and Maggie Taylor.
1190 Huff Road, Atlanta, Georgia; (404) 351-1217;
Playing up the nostalgic “European street fair” metaphor, Provenance Antiques boasts a rare and eclectic collection of 18th, 19th and 20th century antique furniture, lighting and decorative objects. The owners, who have deep roots in Europe, hand-select every piece from shops, markets and estates in France, Spain and Italy. The mix of casual elegance with timeless feature pieces makes this shop a stand-out for design connoisseurs and diy clients alike.
707 Miami Circle, Atlanta, Georgia; (404) 233-6890;
The massive William Word Fine Antiques gallery—at 16,000 square feet, it’s one of Miami Circle’s largest—specializes in museum-quality 17th- through 19th-century period English, European and American furniture. The more than 50-year-old family business is renowned for its fine Biedermeier, Rococo and Neoclassical pieces, as well as its inventory of high-end art, lighting, mirrors and accessories. The inventory is hand selected largely in Europe and England and is constantly evolving. Plus, you can find most of the inventory on the shop’s website, which is updated daily. The gallery’s atmosphere is inviting, too; pieces are displayed in room-like settings.
4944 GA Highway 300, Oakfield, Georgia; (229) 347-0217
An importer of fine English and French furniture, Purdy’s Antiques’ proprietor, Jennifer Davis, hand-selects quality antiques from auction as well as designs and manufactures custom furniture. As a designer, Davis strives to provide her clients with only the very best at the very best price. Also available are custom draperies, bedding and pillows. If you can dream it, we can create it at Purdy's Antiques.

2010 AGA members

Alan Avery Art Company
(404) 237-0370

Anne Irwin Fine Art
(404) 352-1855

Besharat Gallery
(404) 524-4781

Catherine Kelleghan Gallery
(404) 841-2345

Copeland Collection
(404) 467-9464

Hagedorn Foundation Gallery
(404) 492-7718

Huff Harrington Fine Art
(404) 257-0511

Lagerquist Gallery
(404) 261-8273

TEW Galleries
(404) 869-0511

The Seen Gallery
(404) 377-0733

The Sportsman’s Gallery, Ltd.
(404) 841-0133

(404) 688-1892

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