Known as the "Martini Spike" vermouth dispenser--for medicinal purposes of course! Sold by the famous Gorham silver workshop of Rhode Island in the 1960's. The plunger draws vermouth up into the syringe which can be dispensed in the desired "medicinal" dosage to create that perfect cocktail. Presented in original fitted box. Mint, never used. 6 1/4" L.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1960 item #1294473 (stock #430)
This personal-size sterling silver cocktail shaker is fitted with a side spout for pouring ease. Made by Reed & Barton in Massachusetts. Firm's "Bell" form date mark for 1951. Dimensions: 5 1/4" H. *** Long established as a leading specialist in finest quality period Art Deco era cocktail shakers - from classical to figural forms - over 75 examples in our stock at all times - many not listed on our site. ***
Cartier sterling silver cocktail jigger. Fashioned in the form of a miniature flower pot, the jigger measures a 1-ounce shot. Marks beneath circa 1950's. Dimensions: 1 1/2" H., 1 7/8" W.
Sterling silver figural "Cock"-tail picks. Each pick has a detailed cast silver rooster as its finial. Made in England circa 1930. Set-of-six in original fitted satin-lined box. 3 1/2" L. each.
Fine pair of modernist silver candlesticks designed by Alphonse La Paglia. La Paglia created designs for Georg Jensen USA. Upon the closing of the Jensen USA store, La Paglia began designing for the International Silver Co. of Meriden, Connecticut, from 1952 until his untimely death in 1953. Marks: La Paglia Designed, International Sterling. Illustrated page 125 in "Jensen Silver, the American Designs." Dimensions: 3 5/8" W., 4 3/4" H.
English octagonal form sterling silver snuff box with engine-turned weave decoration upon the top. Gilded interior. Hallmarks: E.J. Trevitt & Sons, Chester 1929. 1 3/4" W., 5/8" H.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1940 item #1290717 (stock #425)
Fine quality heavy sterling silver personal size cocktail shaker-for-one. The shaker with its classic simplicity has a pinched cover for easy grasping. A capped side spout with a strainer within is designed for pouring ease. Made in Attleboro, Massachusetts by the Frank M. Whiting Silver Co., circa 1930. 6 1/4" H.
Fine quality heavy sterling silver cocktail bar spoon made by the famous A. Michelsen workshop in Copenhagen. Modernist design with an enamel red cherry with an engraved stem is upon the reverse of the spoon. Presented in original fitted satin and velvet-lined case, circa 1960. The silver maker founded by Anton Michelsen in Demark in 1941 created designs for the royal Danish family and ultimately was acquired by the Georg Jensen Silversmith Group. 11 5/8" L.
Classic American sterling silver cocktail mixing spoon made by Wallace Silversmiths in Wallingford, CT circa 1930's. Nice broad spoon for practical distribution of ingredients. A ball finial upon the top. 11 5/8" L.
Very nice quality! Sterling silver 3/4-pint flask with black enamel camels. Front depicts a camel quenching its thirst among desert palms. Reverse witha camel swallowing, its head titled upward. Made by R. Blackinton & Co. in Attelboro, Massachucsetts circa 1920. Firm's marks at base edge. Dimensions: 4 3/4" W., 7 1/8" H.
Nice tortoise hand mirror with blonde highlights. Hand-chased pique inlay in fleur-de-lys and scroll patterns. Sterling silver frame is set with original bevel mirror. Hallmarks: Barker Bros., Birmingham 1930. Dimensions: 4 7/8" W., 1 1/2" L.
Stunning quality and design. Elaborately cut crystal flask with birds and flowers upon stylized branches. A tortoise mounted bayonet cap at its top. Sterling silver mounts are completely gilded. Hallmarks: D.C.Bros., London 1932. Dimensions: 2 1/2" W., 4 3/4" H.
The perfect discreet slim silver flask. Difficult-to-find size is easily stored in a pocket or handbag! Holds 1 oz. Made by the Napier workshop in Connecticut circa 1930. Dimensions: 2 1/8" W. x 3 1/2" H.
Very nice Tiffany sterling silver cocktail jigger. The concentrically stepped design serves as measuring increments. First step is 1/2 oz., second is 1 oz., third is 2 oz., and so on. An unusual example from the famous maker. New York, circa 1940's. Dimensions: 1 7/8" H.
Classic design, double sterling silver cocktail bar jigger made by Gorham Silver in Rhode Island circa 1940's. One end accomodates one-ounce measure and the opposite end, two ounces. Dimensions: 3 1/2" H.
Set-of-six sterling silver champagne whisks rest upon their holder fashioned as a rosewood champagne bottle cork with a silver mount. Nice quality in both design and materials made by the Franz Scheule workshop in Schwabisch Gmund, Germany circa 1940's. These unusual mini-whisks were fashionable beginning in the Art Deco era for mixing a cocktail or stirring up the bubbles in champagne. Dimensions: 4 3/4" overall, 3 7/8" L each whisk.
Beautifully detailed sterling silver golf club form cocktail picks. Each of the set-of-six picks with their tined olive or cherry skewer rests within their original velvet and satin fitted case. Hallmarks: Turner & Simpson, Birmingham 1959. 3 1/8" L each pick.
Shreve 14th Century Crusader design sterling silver vesta or match safe. Quite fine example in this highly collected Arts & Crafts pattern has raised hammered rivets and strap-work. The pattern was introduced at the Panama Pacific Exposition of 1911 which symbolized a fresh beginning for the city of San Francisco after the devastating earthquake of 1906. Impressed firm's marks; gilded interior, San Francisco circa 1912. Dimensions: 1 3/8" W, 2 1/2" H.