An Esteemed Auction House with New Orleans Flair
Over the course of the last three decades, New Orleans Auction Galleries (NOAG) has established itself as a trusted leader in the auction industry through exceptional offerings, personalized service and consistently strong results. We have forged lasting relationships with collectors, museums, design professionals and dealers, and continue to cultivate new clients through aggressive marketing and strategic outreach efforts. Through seven major sales annually, NOAG offers a distinguished selection of antique and modern furniture, silver, fine art, jewelry and more from estates and private collections.
Acquired by Houston businesswoman and philanthropist, Susan D. Sarofim, in 2012, NOAG has continued to push the boundaries of our industry to establish itself as a trusted leader in the industry. Our in-house experts and researchers are experienced in a range of specialties and are equipped to handle single items and large estates with the same level of professionalism, knowledge and dedication.
What We Offer
From important jewelry to rare books, designer handbags and antique furniture, our in-house specialists have extensive knowledge in a wide range of categories. Through our proprietary reference library and a bounty of other resources, we are able to offer rare and notable auction items with the appropriate historical context and presentation.Learn More
Selling With NOAG
Integral to our identity is our commitment to providing the best customer service possible for sellers and buyers alike. We recognize that preparing to sell a family heirloom or an entire collection at auction can seem daunting, but we strive to make the consignment process straightforward, seamless and enjoyable.Learn More
NOAG’s team of in-house researchers and experts has extensive knowledge in antique furniture, modern design, fine art, jewelry, silver and more, and their proprietary reference library allows for the appropriate historical context and presentation of notable auction items.Learn More
Estimate: $250,000 - $400,000
“Les Deux Capricornes Attables”
Estimate: $100,000 - $150,000
William Henry Buck
“Sharecropper’s Cabin, Farm Along the Bayou”
Situated in the heart of the historic New Orleans Arts District, NOAG’s exquisitely curated 40,000-sq.ft. gallery includes two dedicated exhibition floors and hosts a multitude of sales and special events year-round.