Made by William Hutton & Son in Sheffield England. Silvered ice hammer and pick is well balanced for function. Round end cap unscrews to reveal an additional pick that is housed within. Bears registry marks for November 25, 1870. Dimensions: 7" L.
French Art Deco shaker designed to house a set-of-eight cocktail drinking tumbler cups. An Art Deco ribbed pattern enhances the shaker as well as complimenting tumblers. The shaker has an upper stepped section that flares outward to accomodate a wide top with strainer. An ideal fitted design for travel! France circa 1925. 8 1/4" H Shaker, 2 1/2" H Each Tumbler
Extraordinary high Art Nouveau bottle stand. Reticulated form depicting swans upon a wavy pond with water lily pads set upon whiplash elements. Fine example from the WMF (Wurttembergische Metalwaren Fabrik)workshop in Germany circa 1907. Firm's marks beneath. Dimensions: 3 5/8" H, 4 1/2" W.
A rare example of one of the most coveted "Cock"-Tail Shakers - Behold the Wallace Bros. Rooster. Standing at 14 1/2" tall the dashing rooster has a hammered body topped off by a wavy comb and scrolling tail feather handle. The tongue unscrews to reveal a pouring spout. Made in Wallingford, Connecticut circa 1928. Firm's marks beneath. An example of this shaker is in the collection of The Dallas Museum of Art.
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.
Fine quality silver cocktail spoon made by Carl M. Cohr in Denmark circa 1930's. The highly regarded workshop was founded in Fredericia by the father Ditlev Madsen Cohr. Stylized floral inspired finial with patinated center
Fine quality silver cocktail spoon made by Carl M. Cohr in Denmark circa 1930's. The highly regarded workshop was founded in Fredericia by the father Ditlev Madsen Cohr. Stylized fanning flower form finial. 12" L.
Stunning Art Nouveau silver top jar with a figural maiden with flowing hair. The relief figure is surrounded by undulating lily pads and vines. Gilded beneath. Hallmarks: Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1903. Dimensions: 3 1/8" H, 4" W.
Modernist Art Deco platter or tray designed by Carl Conrad Braun for the International Silver Co. of Connecticut circa 1940. From a group of designs by Braun known as the Tropical Line. The designs evoked Scandinavian influence or incorporated tropical forms. The tray's central concave stepped design frames the figure of a draped woman upholding a tray of fruit. An example of this bold platter was featured in the exhibit "Modernism in American Silver" curated by the Dallas Museum ...click for details
Magnificent WMF Bottle Stand. Three nude sea sirens clasp hands as they encircle the stand among choppy rising waves. A tripod support of lily pads and flowers upholds the stand with pendant grapes festooning above. WMF (Wurttembergische Metalwaren Fabrik) Workshop marks beneath. Germany 1907. Dimensions: 4 1/4" H, 5 1/8" W.