Stunning design from the Carl M. Cohr workshop, Denmark circa 1930's. Tall ten vertical panel form. Complimenting strainer section with it's ten sided edge slips into notches and turns to lock. Strainer is housed beneath a slender pour spout. A moon top with ring of Saturn completes the design. The Cohr workshop originated in 1860 and under the later direction of Carl M. Cohr became noted for impeccable Danish design. Examples of Cohr works in the Brohan Museum in Berlin. Dimensions: 9 ...click for details
Fine example from the well regarded GAB (Guldsmeds Aktiebolaget) workshop in Stockholm, Sweden. The form with its rounded shoulder and flattened step cap has a relief stylized leaf and circle element. A wafer strainer with semi-circular finial rests within. GAB commissioned well known artists such as Folke Astrom to design cocktail shakers. Circa 1930's. 7 7/8" H.
RARE Sylvia Stave modernist cocktail shaker designed for the C.G. Hallberg workshop in Stockholm circa 1935. The striking spherical form has a complimenting rounded handle and slightly domed cap. In 1937 Stave moved to Paris and was honored with an award at the world exhibition. This unusual form is among the most sought of modernist cocktail shaker designs. An example is in the collection of the Brohan Museum in Berlin. Pictured in the book of the Museum Collection titled " Metall Kunst 1 ...click for details
A rare cocktail shaker in the form of a carved whiskey barrel. Relief carving depicts nine different Dutch scenes of drinkers imbibing in festive colonial merriment. Top unscrews to reveal a pierced side-pour strainer. Impressed marks beneath for the Barbour Silver Plate Co., Connecticut circa 1925. Barbour was a division of the International Silver Co. as were firms that produced the famous Lighthouse and Golf-Bag shakers. Superb example for the collector of figurals. Dimensions: 7 1/4" ...click for details
Lovely British engine turned cocktail tray. The turning in a basket weave textured pattern. Raised curved rim. Ideal size for serving drinks or displaying a cocktail shaker and glasses. England circa 1930's. Dimensions: 13 3/4" Diameter.
Incised central bandings embellish the circumference of this classic British cocktail shaker. Nice top cap jigger with engine turning. Made by Roberts & Dore in Sheffield circa 1930. Dimensions: 8 1/2" H.
Cut horizontal bands surround the circumference of this high Art Deco crystal cocktail shaker. A stepped cap and strainer section crown the top. A wow example pure in design! Made in England circa 1925. Dimensions: 9" H.
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.
Nice quality sterling Tiffany & Co. "Spill Jigger". Raised step design circumference marks 1 or 2 Ounce measure. Rest upon top of a glass or cocktail shaker. Fill with desired amount of liquid and simply flip or spill into awaiting receptacle beneath. Marks: Tiffany & Co. Sterling m. New York circa 1940's. Dimensions: 5 1/2" L.