Exceptional auction – sunday january 20th – main auction galleries cincinnati, ohio amsterdam events june 2016

Late 1920’s, white porcelain with Chinese red and gold accents bearing the amsterdam airport hotel crossed sword mark to underside. 121 pieces consisting of: 12 dinner plates, 8 soup bowls, 11 salad plates, 12 bread and butter plates, 12 dessert plates, 10 cups, 11 saucers, 12 knife rests, 11 individual salts, 1 covered casserole, 1 double handled serving bowl, 3 platters, 1 gravy boat, 1 footed trivet, 1 round platter, 2 serving bowls, 1 bread bowl, 2 small plates, creamer, sugar bowl, waste bowl, 2 oval serving bowls, 1 small lidded serving piece, and 1 small oval tray. One extra dinner plate and bread and butter plate.

A very rare George Jones Majolica amsterdam july Butterfly Pomade Box and cover. Shaped as a butterfly, the sides molded with white flowering violets against characteristic mottled greens and browns so typically ememplying the style of lead glazes associated with the factory.

The cover formed a richly coloured peacock butterfly sipping nectar from a single violet, with a turquois interior. Dated 1874 amsterdam hotels, impressed GJ monogram and molded registration lozenge. A similar rare example illustrated, Karmason and Stacke, Majolica, pg. 102. Original cost was $14,000 on November 2nd, 2006. 3 7/8w x 3 1/8d x h?

Circa 1880, fine pair with unusual form double handled urns resting on square black marble. Iron urns have fluted bodies and stems with engraved bases. Center layer in pedestal has etched design resting amsterdam kush on black marble layer. Embossed guided mounts, lady’s heads, artichokes, and finials. Center rests on square iron base with square feet and scalloped aprons with floral and leaf pattern. Matching gadroon border on feet and top of base. 9w x 7d x 12 5/8h.

New England States, possibly Boston (where it was purchased), Circa 1780 in maple with a broken arch top with cove moulded edge along broken arch and three flame finials. Center drawer with carved out flower flanked by two small drawers over three drawers with appropriate replaced batwing pulls amsterdam airbnb. Chest rests on three drawer base resting on cabriole legs on Queen Anne feet. Maple and poplar secondary woods. Early refinish. 40 1/2w x 19 1/4d x 78h.

Circa 1820-1840, rectangular moulded top with raised panel with marquetry inlay resting on a conforming case with projected corners enclosing six long drawers with floral marquetry drawer fronts and round brass pulls. Center drawer has a fitted interior with six small amsterdam jacques brel drawers, center compartment(missing shelf) and felt lined drop front desk. The chest is resting on conforming base and raised on beautiful articulated claw feet. Flowering urn marquetry side panels. Could be used as found simply a great example of a great piece! 46w x 20d x 68 1/2h.

Outstanding form with elaborate floral marquetry inlay, leather top amsterdam flights and hotel surrounded by a marquetry border. Center curved drawer flanked by six dovetailed drawers with floral marquetry and original keyhole fittings. Inside amsterdam language panels, sides and back have magnificent marquetry with bird resting on flowering urn. Desk is raised on short tapering legs with brass feet. Oak secondary wood. Chair has flowering marquetry inlay with sleigh back and curved uprights that connect to the seat rail with an upholstered drop seat. Desk 51w x 27d x 29 1/4h.

New England, circa 1820 in mahogany with dovetailed case, ogee bracket feet, and fine scalloped apron. Four exterior drawers with appropriate replaced bat wing pulls and original batwing keyhole brasses. Poplar secondary wood with fitted interior with center drawer(AS-IS) flanked by document drawers and interior drawers amsterdam to berlin with original pulls. 40w x 20d x 41h.

Sterling and cut glass syrup pitcher resting on footed base with embossed leaf border, fluted amsterdam food pedestal and acenthus leaves supporting a cut glass center with floral pattern. Scalloped hinged top with wreath handle with embossed devil head to front on fitted top. Handle in form of a serpent and embossed draping floral border. Manufacturer’s mark to underside, sterling, and hallmark. Not monogrammed. 3 1/4w x 5d x 9 1/8h

Sardine serving fork with shell handle with embossed floral pattern. E.E. Isbell Co.; 8 3/8 long. Ornate embossed floaral and shell handled serving fork; 8 5/8 long. Duhme Co. sterling 1884; 6 1/2 long. Sterling fork; 7 3/8 long. Gorham fork; 7 1/2 long. Coin silver Victorian fish knife; 7 1/2 long. Berry amsterdam denmark spoon with embossed berries; 6 long. Coin silver, Hazan Collier butter knife; 7 1/8 long. All monogrammed. 14 ozt.

Pair of scalloped bowls with embossed flowering leaves, coat of arms, and footed bases, and a bowl with ribbed footed base and rim. Etched shells and flowers to exterior borders. Manufactuer’s marks to underside amsterdams eten. Monogrammed LAC, lion, coat of arm, and U or S. October 14th, 1916. Monogrammed. Bowls; 8 dia x 2h, smaller bowl; 5 1/4 dia x 3h. 32.29 ozt. Footed basket with beaded handle, acanthus leaf border and embossed bermes and flowers. Marked standard *PLK*. 6w x 5 1/4d x 7h. Monogrammed.