A whimsical figural cocktail stirrer in the form of a golf club. Made by the Alvin Corporation, which was acquired by Gorham in 1928. Silverplated and made in Rhode Island circa 1930. 8 1/2" L.
Figural "Bucket Full" jigger with pivoting bale handle has markings for up to 4 oz. of liquid measure. Incised bandings and a pouring lip complete the whimsical design. Made by Napier in Connecticut circa 1930's. 2 1/2" H., 4 3/4" H. to handle
Wonderful Art Deco-era design. Root- beer-colored Bakelite cocktail muddler/stirrer stand is fashioned with a ship's wheel. The mottled-tone wheel, with its ivory-colored handles, actually turns. A column holds the set-of-six stirrers. Made in France circa 1940's. 6 1/4" H.
Each sterling silver "cock"-tail pick has a detailed rooster as its finial. The set-of-six comes with a velvet- and silk-lined leather-covered box. Hallmarks: Adie Bros., Birmingham 1931. 3" L. each pick
Sterling silver tyg tri- handle-form shot glass. The traditional English design is fully hallmarked: Adie Bros.; Birmingham 1926. 1 3/4" H., 1 1/2" W., 1 3/4" W. to handles
Set-of-six multi-color, enameled and sterling silver "cock"-tail picks. The picks, with feather detail upon the reverse, are fitted in their silk- and velvet-lined case. Made in England circa 1930. 3 1/8" L. each pick
Whimsical cocktail-picks stand in the form of a wooden bar. The bar with its chromium-mounted top counter is a stand for six figural picks. Five picks are designed as different liquor bottles complete with labels, and one is a cocktail shaker. This wonderful example retains its original recipe booklet which suspends from the bar. Made by the Harris Dunn Corp. in New York circa 1930's. 5" W., 4 1/2" H.
Whimsical silver jigger with enamel stoplights to direct you. Green-Go, Yellow-Caution, Red-Stop. Made in Rhode Island by the Alvin Silver Co. circa 1960's. 2 1/2" H.
Whimsical Art Deco-era golf club cocktail picks set. Each sterling silver golf club cocktail pick is fully hallmarked: F.W. Girdlestone, Birmingham 1928. The set-of-five rest within their holder fashioned as a leather golf bag complete with side strap. Wonderful example for the collector. 3 1/2" H., 3 1/4" L. each pick
Modernist cocktail mixer designed by Carl Conrad Braun for the International Silver Co. circa 1940. From a group of designs created by Braun known as the Tropical Line. The designs evoked Scandinavian influence or incorporated tropical forms. Retains its original pineapple-finial- and leaf- paddle-form mixing spoon. An example of this elegant mixer, with stepped base and rounded Modernist lines, was featured in the exhibit "Modernism in American Silver" curated by the Dallas Museum of Art. Pictured in the book associated with the exhibition culled from the museum's permanent collection, page 146. 11" H.
Set of three gun- shell-form cocktail jiggers, each engraved: "Big Shot" (2-oz.); "Just A Shot" (1 /1/2-oz.); and, "Little Shot" (1-oz.). Each silvered jigger is gilded upon the bottom as well as within. Made in Italy circa 1930's.
Modernist design sterling silver double jigger. The beautiful mid-century form has a wave handle. Nice quality example. Made in Mexico circa 1960. 2 7/8" H.
Fine quality, heavy sterling silver double "cock"-tail jigger. Both jiggers have a detailed, hand-engraved rooster, or cockerel. Made by the highly collected Sanborn's silver workshop circa 1960. The well-known studio was founded by Frank and Walter Sanborn in Mexico City circa 1903. 3 7/8" H.
Whimsical cocktail-picks stand in the form of a wooden bar with crocodile-texture covering. The bar with its chromium-mounted top counter is a stand for six figural picks. Five picks are designed as different liquor bottles complete with labels, and one is a cocktail shaker. This wonderful example retains its original recipe booklet which suspends from the bar. Made by the Harris Dunn Corp. in New York circa 1930's. 5" W., 4 1/2" H.
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 1932. Fitted in original silk- and- velvet-lined box. 3 1/4" L. each pick
Beautifully stylized Danish sterling silver spill jigger. The elegant form, with its looped handle and an applied pendant grape cluster, was made by Aage Weimar in Denmark circa 1960. A fine, scarce example. Weimar, the son of the famous silver designer Evald Nielsen, opened his workshop in Copenhagen in 1936 and was active until mid-1960's. 4 3/4" L.
Long cocktail mixer bar spoon with twisted stem and muddler masher at its end. Made by Bonzer in England circa 1950's. 10" L.
Long cocktail mixer bar spoon with twisted stem and muddler masher at its end. Made by Bonzer in England circa 1950's. 13 1/4" L.