Silvered, twist-stem cocktail bar spoon. Round finial is enameled in blue with a pattern of three crowns. Made in Stockholm, Sweden by the C.G. Hallberg workshop circa 1930's. 11 1/2" L.
Long, pierced, leaf-form cocktail bar spoon with a prong upon opposing end for piercing citrus or olives. Twist-stem elements. Made by Reed & Barton in Massachusetts, circa 1940's.
Long cocktail spoon with a twist stem for stirring ease. Made by the William Rogers silver workshop in Connecticut circa 1930's.
The "Bottoms Up" cocktail jigger rests upon a glass or cocktail shaker opening. Fill to desired 1- or 2-ounce increments and spill into a waiting vessel beneath. Made by Napier in Connecticut circa 1930's.
Engine-turned sterling silver mechanical toothpick. Pivot the end to extend the pick. Hallmarks: Vaughton & Sons, Birmingham 1948.
Steuben Green Jade glass water pitcher in an optic swirl pattern. A contrasting Alabaster glass handle is upon the side. Frederick Carder design number 6232 as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," page 214. Circa 1920's. Signed with Fleur de Lys mark beneath. 9 1/4" H., 6 3/4" W.
Lovely pair of Frederick Carder Steuben candlesticks in the highly collected twist-stem form. The clear glass twist columns are beautifully contrasting with an optic swirl Pomona Green foot and candle cup. Stunning! Original Carder design #686 as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," page 160. Circa 1920's. 10" H.
Hagenauer bronze woman golfer. Wonderful, stylized Modernist interpretation for which the workshop is so well-known. Made in Austria, circa 1930. 3 3/8" H.
Set-of-five Art Deco Bimini glass liqueurs. Green foot and cup with a white nude as the stem. The Bimini workshop was founded in Austria in 1923 from Franz Lampl. The whimsical Austrian set, circa 1930. 3 3/8" H. each
Whimsical "Just-A-Thimbleful" sterling silver cocktail bar jigger. Made by the Towle Silver Co. of Massachusetts, circa 1960. 2" H.
Rosenthal box painted with high Art Deco Modernist designs in blues, orange, yellow and gray upon a white glaze. The box, with beaded highlights in relief, has complementing painted designs on the sides as well. Made in Germany with date mark for 1929. 3/4" H., 2" W., 2 5/8" L.
British glass "cock"-tail shaker with an etched rooster, or cockerel on its side. The silvered strainer section has gadroon-detail edging. Made in Sheffield by James Dixon & Sons, circa 1925. 8 1/4" H. *** Long established as a leading specialist in finest quality period Art Deco era cocktail shakers - From classic to figural forms - Over 75 examples in our stock at all times - Many not listed on our site ***
Lovely sterling silver letter opener made by the Carl M. Cohr workshop of Fredericia Denmark circa 1940's. The Georg Jensen influence design has a leaf and open vine at its top. Perfect form for actual function. 6 1/2" L.
Very fine quality julep cup-form, heavy sterling silver Derby jigger. A horseshoe applique is upon the side of the two-ounce jigger, hand-engraved 1952. Relief edging with floral detail on the base completes the design. Made by the well-known Louisville jeweler Brown Waterhouse Kaiser. Marks beneath: Official Kentucky Derby Jigger, Sterling, BWK. 2 1/4" H.
Two-ounce cocktail jigger in the form of a cat. Hammered cup upturns to measure and sits on cat's ears and tail. American, circa 1960's. 4" H.
Wonderful mechanical ice or olive tongs. Unusual in quality and design. Sterling silver with blue enamel, made in the David Andersen workshop of Norway circa 1940's. When impressed, plunger-form mechanism opens bottom claws for grasping. 7" L.
Gorham sterling silver Art- Deco-era candlesticks. Bold design with a hammered surface and baluster-form, geometrically paneled columns. Deep scallop bases have a band of detailed leaf forms in relief about the circumference. Removable bobeches with incised bands complete the stunning candlesticks. Made by the famous Gorham workshop in Rhode Island. Date marks 1928-29. 10 1/8" H. each
Set-of-six elaborately wheel-cut crystal cocktail glasses made by the famous Thomas Webb workshop of Stourbridge. Etched florals are within cut garland medallions about the bowl of the elegant design. Geometrically cut stems enhance the form, which is ideal for Champagne as well. England circa 1920's. 6" H. each