Horn beaker with beautiful natural mottling has a sterling silver banded top. Bottom has a see-through, glass disc. Hallmarks: Thomas Johnson I, London 1876. 2 1/2" H.
Fine in both quality and design. The tall, hand-hammered Chinese export silver shot glass has a detailed, hand-chased dragon applique that wraps about the circumference. A vacant medallion applique further enhances the design. Made by the Wing On silver workshop of Hong Kong circa 1920. 2 1/8" H.
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Engine-turned bandings adorn the exterior of this lovely classic cocktail shaker form. Made in England circa 1930's. 7 1/2" 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 ***
Pure Art Deco in design. The wine, or Champagne cooler is boldly, concentrically stepped. Sides are flanked with graduated dual loop handles. Made in France circa 1930's. 7 5/8" H., 10" W. to handles
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.
Pair of fine figural Art Nouveau candelabra. Polished pewter maidens representing Day and Night. One figure with eyes gazing forward while the companion gazes downward. Naturalistic lily pad bases support the whispy figures each grasping vine-like stems; candle cups rest at their top. Made by Argentor in Austria circa 1905. Firm's marks upon bases. 13" H, 6 3/4 W".
Fine example of an early Sabino Art Deco vase in the "Les Aras" pattern. The golden amber glass depicts molded macaws perched among circular Art Deco patterns. Illustrated in the 'Catalogue Raisonne' of Sabino. Made in France circa 1927. Intaglio signature Sabino Paris upon base. 8 1/4" H.
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. 7 1/4" H, 4" W. ***Long established a a leading specialist in finest quality 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.***
Fine Bruckmann silver four piece coffee and tea service designed by Josef M. Lock. Each vertically lobed piece with tiered dome top mounted with ebonized wooden handles is hand-hammered; cream & sugar with gilded interiors. Made in 1919 in the renowned Bruckmann & Sohne workshop in Heilbronn, Germany. 800 Fine Silver as well as firm's marks and retailer beneath. Another example of this service is in the permanent collection of the Brohan Museum in Berlin. Pictured page 77 in the museum's book "Metallkunst." Peter Bruckmann, director of the silver workshop was the first president of the Deutscher Werkbund founded in 1907. Dimensions: 7 3/4" H. Coffeepot; 6 3/4" H. Teapot; 4 1/4" H., Creamer; 4 3/4" H. Sugar
Whimsical sterling silver stoplight cocktail jigger. Enamel increments upon the side: Green (go), yellow (caution0, red (stop); for 1, 2 1/2 and 3 1/2 ounces. Made by Gorham Silver in Rhode Island circa 1960's.
Tall French Art Deco cocktail shaker. Incised banded detail enhances the elegant form with its stepped strainer section. A rounded, stepped-edge top cap which also functions as a jigger, or measure, completes the design. France circa 1930's. 9 1/2" H.
Whimsical Hagenauer bronze rabbit sculpture, or seal. Stylized, energetic, Modernist form. A fine example for the collector of the best of this famous workshop's animal forms. Signed "Made in Austria" along with workshop marks circa 1928. Photo of a similar example is pictured in "Werkstatte Karl Hagenauer Wien VII," an early catalogue, page 1. 2 3/8" H.
Sweet antique sterling silver and enamel butterfly brooch. The vibrant green enamel work is over a detailed butterfly wing pattern. The enamel is enhanced with luminous red highlights and a central lilac body. Fully hallmarked: John Atkins, Birmingham, 1917. 1 1/4" W., 5/8" H.
Nineteenth-century, hinged wine bottle holder. The lovely, classic design opens to allow placement of the bottle and when closed, handles meet to allow pouring. The silvered holder has hallmarks of the William Hutton & Sons workshop of Sheffield circa 1890. Accommodates Pinot Noir-, Chardonnay-, Syrah- type bottles. 10 1/4" H.
Beautifully stylized mid-century Modernist wine bottle holder. The silvered, curving form, with its rattan-covered handle, was made in Germany for the Eisenberg-Lozano Co. circa 1960's. This firm was founded in New York in 1953 by Arthur Eisenberg and Neal Lozano. 3 3/4" W., 6 3/4" L., 8 1/2" H.
Wonderful Art Deco sailboat condiment holder made by the famous Christofle workshop. The whimsical voilier has crystal cellars to hold salt and/or pepper. Complete with original spoons. A scarce example for the collector of Christofle fine Art Deco designs. France circa 1930. 5" L., 4 1/8" H.
Beautifully designed Victorian wine bottle holder/pourer. A cast flower rosette thumb piece unscrews to allow the holder to accommodate a multitude of wine bottle sizes. Holder's handle is hand-chased with pendant grapes and vines along with a vacant cartouche. The bottle neck collar is embellished with chased foliates as well as a central bird crest. England, circa 1885. 3 1/2" W., 9 1/4" - 11 3/4" adjustable height
Scarce example of a cocktail recipe jigger made by Napier. The bucket-form jigger has detailed recipes with measure increments for both a Martini and a Manhattan. Connecticut, circa 1930's. 2 3/4" H.