Unusual example! Sterling silver cocktail jigger fashioned as a mug with see through bottom. Central band design separates one or two increments. Made by the R. Blackington Silver Workshop of Attleboro, Mass. circa 1930's. 2 3/8" H.
Pair of Gorham Art Deco Sterling Silver olive, cherry or nut dishes. Each with geometric patterned elements upon the rising sides and borders. Made in Rhode Island by the famous Gorham Silver Workshop. Each has firm's date symbol for 1928. Dimensions: 2 1/8" W, 3 5/8" L Each.
Art Deco concentrically stepped cocktail measure with a spring release feature. When handle is compressed bottom of measure opens to release liquid over glass or cocktail shaker. RARE example in STERLING as this design is most often silver plated. Made by Napier, Connecticut circa 1930's.
Among the most whimsical of figural cocktail accessories! This vermouth dropper made by Cartier is in the form of a miniature watering can. Sterling silver & pictured in 'The Cocktail Shaker' by Khachadourian, page 88. Circa 1940's. Dimensions: 3" H, 4 1/4" W.
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.
Art Nouveau sterling silver frame. Each side has an undulating wave form with outward curving central sections: Hallmarks: Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham 1919. Dimensions: 5 1/4" W, 7" H; 3 3/4" W, 5 1/4" H Photo.
Elegant! Fine and heavy quality Sterling Silver cocktail shaker in the "Royal Danish" pattern introduced by the International Silver Co. of Connecticut in 1939. The Danish design finial removes to reveal a slender pouring spout which achieves a "neater" flow of liquid into the glass. Dimensions: 12" H.