Steuben Art Deco-era Martini goblet designed by Frederick Carder circa 1920. The fine example is in Rosaline glass with a twist-stem and foot in Alabaster glass. Carder's original design number 760 for this form is illustrated on page 195 in "The Glass of Frederick Carder." 5 1/2" H.
A rare find. Set-of-six sword cocktail picks are each silver gilt and created to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. This is the Sword of Mercy design which was one of the three ceremonial swords used in the coronation ceremony, the other two being the Sword of Spiritual Justice and the Sword of Temporal Justice. The design symbolizes the transfer of the kingdom into the care of the Queen. Picks are fitted in their original silk- and red velvet-lined case. Hallmarks: Adie Bros., Birmingham 1952, along with the coronation mark. 3 5/8" L. each pick
Figural Champagne whisk in the form of a miniature Champagne bottle. The sterling silver whisk pulls out for use. Popular in Europe to stir up bubbles or mixing an individual cocktail. European, circa 1950's. 4 3/4" L. open
Georg Jensen sterling silver ice tongs in the Acanthus pattern designed by Johan Rohde in 1917. Stamped with Jensen marks for Denmark 1933-'44. Nice spring mechanism. 6" L.
Bold Art Deco decanter with robust red enamel patterns. A section of red enamel is decorated with gold enamel Art Deco florals. Cut designs further enhance the decanter with its complementing red enamel stopper. Made in Czechoslovakia circa 1930's. 10 5/8" H., 4 7/8" W.
Set-of-six sterling silver cocktail swords in their original box. A whimsical idea which Tiffany updated as in the American Civil War they actually made presentation swords which were inscribed and given to officers between 1861 and 1865. This set ideal for skewering your cocktail olive. Circa 1950's. 2 1/2" L. each pick
Scarce, hallmarked sterling silver flask funnel. The small funnel, with its fluted stem, was made by Sampson Morden, London 1919. 1 1/8" W., 1 7/8" L.
English silvered whisky flask covered in grained black leather. Attached drinking cup is beautifully hand-chased and gilded within. Desirable discreet size. England circa 1910. 2 1/4" W., 4 1/4" H.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Fine Art Deco sterling silver flask. The hammered body has 14K gold panels with incised detail. The top cap unscrews and its telescoping form converts to a drinking cup. Quite elegant. Marked upon opening sterling silver, 14K, 10 oz. Made by Napier in Connecticut circa 1930's. 3 7/8" W., 6 1/2" H.
Very heavy, thick-walled cut-crystal decanter set made by the famous Val St. Lambert workshop in Belgium circa 1930's. Designed by Charles Graffart, the decanter is cut in four horizontal rows with ten cut panels upon each. Cut from deep violet-red to clear. A geometric stopper rests within. Eight complementing original glasses accompany the decanter. 9 1/4" H.; 2 3/4" H. each glass
Unusual footed spherical form decanter with an applied handle. The geometric black enamels are comprised of squares with cut circles along with cross-hatch patterns. Stylized Modernist foliates enhance the Art Deco decanter. A bold round stopper with complementing enamel work rests within an undulating neck with pouring lip. Czechoslovakia circa 1930. 8 3/4" H., 7" W. to handle