Stunning, unusual cocktail shaker. Brilliant green crystal is enameled with a multi-color rooster, or cockerel, upon it. Jigger-top cap has gadroon-edge detail. Czechoslovakia circa 1925. 7 1/4" 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 ***
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.
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.
Figural blown- green-glass decanter in the form of a duck. The body has clear blown-and-applied wing-like handles. The duck's neck is mounted with a silvered, hinged head and beak that opens to reveal the pour spout. Made in Austria circa 1930's. 6 7/8" H., 6 7/8" L.
Set-of-four Frederick Carder-era Steuben wine or cocktail goblets. The twist-stem form is in a scarce color combination. Optic-rib glass top with foot both in Antique Green with stem in Amber. Stunning examples. Frederick Carder original drawing for this form number 5154 is illustrated page 191 in "The Glass of Frederick Carder." Circa 1920. 7" H., 3 7/8" W.
Royal blue opaline box. Square hinged form with gilded mounts. Unusual to find in this deep, rich blue tone. Made in France circa 1920. 2 3/8" H., 3 7/8" square
Superb high Art Deco decanter! The cut, twelve-panel form has geometric enameling within alternating panels in black as well as a mirror-silver enamel. The designs are enhanced with additional cutting. A bold flat-top geometric stopper completes the stunning example. Czechoslovakia circa 1925. 7 3/4" H., 5 1/2" W.
This whimsical cocktail shaker is in the form of an hour glass and is known as the "Time for Cocktails" shaker. It is among the designs from Prohibition era which camouflaged the intended use of the object. A very uncommon example in brass, as when found, this shaker is usually chromium. This particular shaker is of special interest to the collector as it retains its original paper labels. One is beneath and one is upon the glass. Made by the Maxwell-Phillip Co. in New York circa 1930's. An example is pictured in "The Cocktail Shaker," by Khachadourian, page 134. 9 1/4" 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 ***
Rich green jade Steuben vase with an applied alabaster glass foot. The lobed form has twelve fluted elements. Beautiful example of Frederick Carder's design #7331 as illustrated on page 93 in "the Glass of Frederick Carder." 9 1/4" 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
Lovely set of cordial glasses with hand-chased silver-overlay scrolling vines. The elegant set-of-four is completely covered in silver upon the stem and foot. American circa 1900. 3 1/4" H. each
Quite elegant silver overlay cocktail or sherbert glasses. Set-of-six is heavily overlaid with rambling Art Nouveau flowers and vines. Silver is extensively hand-chased, and silver completely covers the stem and base as well. Made by the Alvin workshop of Rhode Island circa 1900. 4 1/2" H. 3 1/2" W. each
Fine silver overlay upon a lustrous golden Loetz glass vase. Art Nouveau chased flowers and undulating vines encircle the shimmering form with its rainbow iridescence. Marks for the La Pierre silver workshop of New York and Newark, N.J., circa 1900. 2 1/2" H., 3" W.
Soft lemon-yellow pastel L.C. Tiffany floriform vase with an onion-skin stretch, undulating rim. Opalescent and pearl-white ribbing highlight the form, which is supported by a footed base with an opal-white edge. Signed with number 1882, L.C. Tiffany Favrile; circa 1905. 8 7/8" H., 3" W.
L.C. Tiffany glass aqua footed bowl with radiating white foliate rib patterns. Flaring top has onion- skin-stretch effect. Supported by an opalescent stem and foot with an opal white edge. Retains original paper label upon pontil. Signed number 1700, L.C.T. Favrile; circa 1905. 3 1/4" H., 5 3/8" W.
Fine in both quality and design. Tall, hand-hammered Chinese export silver shot glasses. Each of the set-of-four 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. each
Prohibition-era glass dumbbell cocktail shaker in cobalt blue. A silvered cap and strainer are mounted upon its top. These highly collected glass dumbbells were created in clear glass as well as in a variety of colors. Cobalt blue is among the most desirable for collectors of these whimsical, figural forms. Stamped Czechoslovakia; circa 1930's. 13" L. ***Long established as 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.***