Extraordinary and RARE design. The form has concave rounded panels upon the sides with a dome top that rises above ridged horizontal sections at the bottom of the cocktail shaker. An assymetrically mounted ridged cap is set at an angle. The ridged ring turns to release the strainer cap from it's aligned fittings with the use of a spring-like mechanism when turned. Align and press down to re-attach the cap. An important example for the discerning collector. Designed by Folke Astrom for G.A.B...
An uncommon example of this beautiful Art Deco shaker with red bakelite cherry finial. Black bakelite stepped base repeats Deco motif on top cap. Top section unscrews to reveal circular interior channel for storing cherries or olives. A very special example for the collector. Made by Meriden Silver Plate Co. in Connecticut circa 1927. Dimensions: 12" H...
A scarce figural cocktail shaker in the form of a champagne bottle complete with a gilded cork design stopper. Stamped Depose upon base. Made in France circa 1930's. An example pictured in 'The Cocktail Shaker' by Khachadourian page 30. Dimensions: 12 3/4" H.
The iconic American Art Deco cocktail shaker! The "Manhattan" Skyscraper shaker was designed by Norman Bel Geddes (American 1893-1958) for the Revere Copper and Brass Co. of Rome, New York circa 1937. An example of the famous chromium shaker is in the collection of the Brooklyn Museum of Art. An exhibition titled: Norman Bel Geddes "I Have Seen the Future" is on view at the Museum of the City of New York, Oct 16 - Feb. 10, 2014...
This authentic, large vintage Lenci from Torino, Italy is 11-1/2" high, 3.25" x 5.25" at the base. It depicts a beautiful woman wearing a shawl and headdress decorated with birds and deer. Her hands are folded modestly at the bottom. The piece is in excellent condition and dates to about the 1930's, the height of the Art Deco period. These authentic Lenci items are rare.
This is a really nice milk glass Colonial Candy Dish with Lid made by Westmoreland Glass featuring the hand painted Holly decoration. The Candy bottom and lid are in great condition with no chips or cracks. The hand-painted Holly decoration is all very good. It is signed on the bottom WG. Be sure to search our other Westmoreland glass available. We guarantee all items to be as described. Feel free to email with any questions. THANK YOU.
Hocking Glass Company made Block Optic from 1929-33. This pair of squatty shakers is in great shape. Thanks for looking.
Hazel Atlas Glass Company made Tulip #1 in 1937. This 4 5/8" swanky swig is in great shape. Thanks for looking.
This amber and blue pitcher is 10" tall. It's in great shape. Thanks for looking.
This Glassbake 11" 1 quart casserole and lid is in great shape. Thanks for looking.
This Glassbake oval casserole is 10" and 1 quart. It's in great shape. Thanks for looking.
Hazel Atlas Glass Company made Florentine #1 from 1932-35. This pair of shakers is in great shape. Thanks for looking.
Jeannette Glass Company made Iris from 1928-32. This butter is in great shape. Thanks for looking.
Hocking Glass Company made Manhattan from 1938-43. These 5.75" comports are in great shape. Thanks for looking.
Hocking Glass Company made Old Cafe from 1936-40. These 5.5" bowls are in great shape. Thanks for looking.