Among the most whimsical cocktail jiggers to be found. This silver plated jockey's cap has measuring increments for one, two or three ounces incised upon the back, A notch on each side of the bill allows for pouring. Made by Napier famous for their original penguin cocktail shaker design. Connecticut circa 1930's. Dimensions: 3" W, 3 1/2" D, 1 3/4" H.
Figural silver "Cock"-Tail picks. Each with enameling upon the rooster finial in red, green and blue. The set-of-six bearing hallmarks: Adie Bros., Birmingham 1928. Original fitted silk and satin lined case. Dimensions: 3" L Each.
Whimsical and unusual ! A black enameled barrel houses three stacking cocktail bar shot glasses. A twist of the top section releases it to reveal the jiggers within. Made in Germany circa 1940's. Dimensions: 2 1/4" H, 1 5/8" H Each shot.
Whimsical! Mini cocktail shaker form holder houses a set-of-six bakelite cherry mounted cocktail picks. The picks suspend from their own stand which lifts out of the holder. The form is also a jigger marked with 1 oz and 2 oz increments with a removable pour spout cap at its top. England circa 1930's. 4 3/4" H.
A Welsh Glamorgan design figrual Skittle or bowling pin cocktail shaker. Made by Walker & Hall in Sheffield circa 1930. Beautiful design with a deep strainer which clips onto the side of shaker opening. 9" H.
Classic Dunhill cocktail shaker with a "Twist". Interior houses a citrus juicer. When inverted it will release the essence of your orange, lime or lemon to create the perfect cocktail recipe. Marks beneath for the world famous Dunhill, London circa 1930's. Dimensions: 8 1/4" H.
Set-of-six very finely detailed and lushly enamelled rooster or cockerel "Cock"-Tail picks. Each sterling silver and gilded pick in the original case bears hallmarks for the Bernard Meldah workshop; Oslo Norway circa 1960. Exceptional quality. Dimensions: 3 5/8" L Each.
A rare example of one of the most coveted
"Cock" tail shakers - Behold the Wallace Bros. Rooster. Standing at 14 1/2" tall the dashing rooster has a hammered body topped off by a wavy comb and scrolling tail feather handle. The tongue unscrews to reveal a pouring spout. Made in Wallingford, Connecticut circa 1928. Firm's marks beneath. An example of this shaker is in the collection of the Dallas Museum of Art. ***Long established as a leading specialist in finest quality pe ...click for details
Wild boar tusk corkscrew with sterling silver mounts by the Gorham Silver Co. of Rhode Island circa 1900. Silver work has relief notch wave design detail. Walker Bell feature. Dimensions: 4 7/8" W, 5 1/2" L.
Stunning example for the colllector. Deep Ruby Red glass "Cock"-Tail shaker with silver overlay. A pair of fighting roosters or cockerels in silver overlay are boldly displayed upon this tall form. Marked Sterling within the overlay design. American circa 1930's. Dimensions: 11" H.
The original recipe or "Tells-U-How" cocktail shaker made by Napier in Connecticut. The design for this form was patented by LeRoy Fontan for Napier in 1935. Outer sleeve revolves to reveal drink recipes in windows. An example is illustrated in 'The Cocktail Shaker' by Khachadourian, page 97. Dimensions: 11" H.
Vienna Secession design wine bottle stand made by WMF (Wurttembergische Metalwaren Fabrik) in Germany circa 1910. Geometric panels with beaded edging separate oval medallions. Each medallion has stylized fruit and pendant grapes in relief with beaded enhancement as well. Dimensions: 3" H, 3 7/8" W.
Set-of-Six Sterling Silver cocktail swords in their original box. A whimsical idea which Tiffany updated as in the American Civil War they actually made presentation swords which were inscribed and given to officers between 1861 and 1865. This set ideal for skewering your cocktail olive; circa 1950's. Dimensions: 2 1/2" Each.