Black- leather-covered whisky flask with a hinged bayonet cap. Silvered convenient drinking cup is gilded within. Made by James Dixon & Sons in Sheffield circa 1910. 2 1/2" W., 4 3/8" H.
Lovely Art Deco design. Ice cooler has triple-loop handles upon the sides. Six rows of banded detail further complements the design. Made in France circa 1930's. 5 1/4" H., 6 18/" W. to handles
Heavy, quality crystal cocktail shaker cut from green to clear. Vertical patterns alternating in height lead to a circle design about the circumference. The matching cut-crystal ice cooler has gadroon detail and a pivot bale handle to complete the design. 8 1/2" H., shaker; 5" H., 8" H. to handle, cooler. Germany circa 1930s. *** 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 ***
Handsome sterling silver flask is completely hammered. The curved form is designed to fit neatly with a hip or breast pocket. Hinged bayonet cap design. Hallmarks: Sampson & Mordan, Sheffield 1959. 4 1/4" W., 4 1/4" H.
Art Deco blue decanter is cut with stylized Modernist florals upon the tall form. A rounded base supports the decanter with its geometric star-cut stopper. Czechoslovakia circa 1930's. 8 3/8" H.
Each sterling silver "cock"-tail pick has a detailed rooster as its finial. The roosters are gilded, creating an elegant contrast. The set-of-six are fitted in their original silk- and velvet-lined box. England circa 1930. 3 1/8" each pick
Each sterling silver "cock"-tail pick has a detailed rooster as its finial. The picks have a hook behind the mount to allow the pick to rest upon the edge of a glass as it holds an olive or cherry. Each fully hallmarked: Adolph Scott, Birmingham 1948. Fitted in original silk- and velvet-lined box. 3 1/4" L. each pick
"Take A Shot" cocktail-bar shot-glass set in the form of an aluminum bullet which rests upon a copper base. The bullet top removes to reveal four stacking shot jiggers. American, circa 1940's. 3" H., 1 1/2" H. shots
Edwardian-era hexagonal-form decanter. Elaborately cut with florettes and oval elements. Tall oval stopper has complementing cut accents. Ideal for whisky or liquors. England circa 1910. 8 1/2" H.
Sterling silver cocktail jigger made by Wallace Silver with a 1972 Eisenhower silver dollar set at the bottom. The back of the silver dollar with an eagle is viewed beneath. Designed with one- and two-ounce measure increments. Connecticut 1972. 2" H.
Unusual example of a high Art Deco biscuit box or covered ice cooler. The crystal box is cut with geometric triangular patterns and fits upon its own tray. Concentric Art Deco designs in relief are on the tray as well as upon the complementing cover. A geometric handle completes the design. England circa 1930. 4 1/2" H., 6 1/2" W., 8 1/4" L.
Sterling silver curving geometric-form olives, or condiment bowl. The footed design has flat handles and edging detail. Hallmarks: A.E. Poston, Birmingham 1938. 3 3/4" W., 6 3/4" L.
Lovely Art Deco-era crystal ice pail. The cooler, with its bale handle and silvered mounts, is cut into Modernist florals within geometric panels. It retains the original ice drain that rests within. Made by the Charles S. Green workshop in Birmingham circa 1930's. 4 3/4" W., 5 3/4" H., 10 1/4" H. to handle
Stunning antique sterling silver flask. An all-over cross-hatch pattern adorns the flask with its central vacant medallion. Nice, desirable, discreet size. Hallmarks: J.C. Vickery, London 1909. 2 1/2" W., 4 1/4" H.
Very fine pair of American Art Deco cocktail goblets designed by Elsa Tennhardt (Germany 1889-1980 America) for the E & J Bass Company of New York in 1928. Conical goblets with elongated, triangular appliques are upheld by wave stems and rest upon triangle bases. The exuberant, avant-garde design reflects elements found in Russian Cubism and Constructivism. An Elsa Tennhardt cocktail set with goblets of this design is in the collection of the Brooklyn Museum of Art as well as the Milwaukee Art Museum. Examples of the designer's work are represented in the collections of institutions, including Dallas Museum of Art and Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and have been exhibited at the Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt Museum. 4 7/8" H. each
Extraordinary and whimsical cocktail-picks stand. An alluring streetwalker upholds her skirt as she stands beneath a lamp post made of red and green Bakelite. The street lamp, as well as the chromium figure and picks holder all rest upon a macassar-wood base. A set-of-eight multi-color, Bakelite-mounted cocktail picks rests within the holder. A fine example for the collector of unusual picks stands. Made in France circa 1930's. 8 7/8" H., 5 7/8" W.
Unusual French cocktail picks set in the form of a windmill. The red enameled windmill with its copper roof has a swirling blade wheel that turns. A metal holder allows a set-of-twelve red- and green- Bakelite-mounted picks to rest within. An octagonal, macassar-wood base supports the wonderful, whimsical set. Made in France circa 1930's. 6" H., 3 1/2" L. each pick
Very good example of a Christopher Dresser-influence pitcher or jug. The 19th-century Modernist form has a wide collar with pour spout. Triple-strap handle was blown and applied. A star-cut base completes the stunning design. Hallmarked Birmingham 1888 along with sovereign's head (duty mark) and maker mark. Ideal size for a bar or water jug. 7 1/2" H.