Art Deco blue decanter cut with alternating, intersecting zig-zag elements and stylized florals. The sphere-form decanter is supported by a geometrically cut base and has a complementing geometric, tall, black stopper. A set-of-six unusual geometrically supported glasses are cut as well. Made in Czechoslovakia, circa 1930. 8 1/4" H. decanter, 1 7/8" H. each glass.
A relief four-section wave pattern upon this champagne or wine cooler leads to a boldly hammered surface. Opposing scrolling handles embellish the sides. An unusal Art Deco example made by the well-regarded WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) workshop in Germany, circa 1930's. Firm's marks beneath. Dimensions: 8 3/4" H., 12" W. to handles, 7 1/2" opening.
Boldly high Art Deco wine or Champagne cooler. Six concave bandings adorn the circumference. Flanking rounded vertical handles with complementing bandings are upon the sides. Influenced by a design by Luc Lanel created for the Normandy ocean liner. France circa 1930's. Dimensions: 10" W. to handles, 7 7/8" H.
Boldly designed French Art Deco cocktail shaker. Horizontally lobed elements in high relief adorn the circumference of the form. Nice wide opening for filling of cocktail ingredients. Top jigger cap has complementing design. France, circa 1930. 8 3/4" H.
Impeccable quality and design. Tastefully stylized French Art Deco cocktail shaker with incised banding about the circumference with complementing banding upon the thumbprint-accent top cap. The interior houses a citrus juicer reamer with an elaborate strainer section with pierced flowers. Made in France circa 1930's. 9 1/4" H.
Oval Art Deco tray with notch design upon its sides and flanking geometrically stepped handles. Versatile size, ideal for both cocktails as well as serving. Made by Aitken Bros. in Sheffield circa 1930. Bears retailer mark for Z. Barraclough & Sons of Leed, a distinctive jeweler. Dimensions: 1" H., 11 3/4" W., 18 3/4" L.
Art Deco squared-form tray with notched angular corners. Four curved complementing notched feet support the design. Ideal cocktail serving or display size. Made in Sheffield by Frank Cobb & Co. circa 1925. Dimensions: 1 1/4" H., 13 1/2" Sq.
Tapered bottom French Art Deco cocktail shaker with ridged bandings that lead to a wide opening for filling. Jigger top cap has complementing bandings as well as raised gadroon edging. Lovely design made in France circa 1930. 8 1/4" h.
A bevel food supports the vertical panels of this cocktail shaker. Strainer section with a complementing stepped horizontal design has a bevel top cap jigger. Unusual Art Deco example, made in France circa 1930's. 9" H.
Whimsical set-of-six cocktail or Champagne whisks rest on their own stand. These unusual mini-whisks were fashionable in the Art Deco era for mixing a cocktail or stirring up the bubbles in Champagne. Made in Germany circa 1930's by the well-known firm of WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik). Dimensions: 4" L. each whisk, 5 3/4" H. stand
Architectural Art Deco cocktail shaker designed by the well-known New Zealand designer Keith Murray. This freelance artist designed for Mappin & Webb and Wedgwood among others, in England in the 1930's. Unusual pivot strainer with handle. Mappin & Webb marks upon base. A similar example illustrated in "The Cocktail Shaker," by Khachadourian, page 93. 9 1/2" H.
Stunning design! Complete creamer and sugar service with original tray. The beautifully crafted design has rounded and scrolling elements with hand hammered accents; 830 fine silver marks beneath. Made by the Wilkens & Sohne Silver Workshop in Bremen-Hemelingen, Germany. An identical service is in the collection of the Brohan Museum in Berlin. Pictured in the book of the Museum collection, page 542. Dimensions: 1 1/2" H., 4 1/4" L. sugar; 2 1/2" H., 4 3/4" L. creamer; 5 ...click for details
Stunning silver and enamel hand mirror with a swirling basketweave pattern. Rich blue enamel work upon the angular Art Deco form with its bevelled mirror. Silver hallmarks: Collett & Anderson, London 1931. Dimensions: 4 1/8" W. x 9" L.