Striking design ! Tall crystal cocktail shaker with 925 sterling silver mounts made by the Gebruder Deyhle workshop of Schwabisch Gmund, Germany circa 1940'S. The tapering modernist form stands 9 3/4" H.
Art Deco round tray with a raised geometric fluted gallery edge. Reminiscent of Josef Hoffmann Secession design. Made by William Hutton & Sons in Sheffield circa 1925. Dimensions: 10 1/4" Diameter, 7/8" H.
Unusual English bar tool. At one end an ice hammer and pick unscrews to reveal a hidden corkscrew. The opposite end has a bottle opener. Four function design! Made in England circa 1930's. Dimensions: 7 1/4" L.
This is the original Recipe or "Tells -U- How" Art Deco Cocktail Shaker designed by LeRoy Fontan for Napier. Patented in 1935, the outer sleeve rotates to reveal 15 different cocktail recipes in windows. Recipes include Clover Club, Bronx, Orange Blossom, Sidecar, etc. Every collector should have the original - one of the great American shakers in both function and design. Dimensions: 11" H. ......***Long established as a leading specialist in finest quality period Art Deco era c ...click for details
"THE BOSTONIAN" cocktail shaker made by The Robbins Co. in Attleboro, Massachusetts circa 1930. Fashioned as a whiskey bottle with a gilded cap. Cap removes to reveal a strainer within the bottle's neck. The slender pour spout achieves ideal form and function. Dimensions: 11" H.
French Art Deco shaker designed to house a set-of-eight cocktail drinking tumbler cups. An Art Deco ribbed pattern enhances the shaker as well as complimenting tumblers. The shaker has an upper stepped section that flares outward to accomodate a wide top with strainer. An ideal fitted design for travel! France circa 1925. 8 1/4" H Shaker, 2 1/2" H Each Tumbler
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.
Superb in quality and design. Heavy crystal cocktail shaker in an unusual swirling panel form. The 925 Sterling Silver mounts bear hallmarks of the Gebruder Deyhle workshop of Schwabisch Gmund, Germany circa 1930's. Dimensions: 8 3/4" H.