Unusual, whimsical sterling silver cocktail jigger. One-, two- and three-oz. cocktail measure increments are indicated by Lady's, Man's and a detailed engraved pig, or hog for over-indulgence. Made by the Blackington silver workshop in Attleboro, Massachusetts circa 1930's. 2 1/2" H.
Art Deco cut-crystal bowl with robust, silvered, curving spiral handles and raised bead-relief design. Top mount and broad-footed base have complementing bead work in high relief. Crystal has a detailed hand-cut, diamond-pattern band along with a cut-ribbon and floral pattern. Signed with maker mark RM, likely Raoul Monteillet, active in France 1905-1925. 5" H., 12" W. to handles
This whimsical "Time For Cocktails" cocktail shaker is in the form of an hour glass, and is among the designs from Prohibition era which camouflaged the intended use of the object. Chromium mounts. Made by the Maxwell-Phillip Co. in New York, circa 1930's. An example is pictured in "The Cocktail Shaker," by Khachadorian, 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.***
Fine heavy crystal ice cooler with a Modernist sterling silver sculpted bale handle. The elegant cooler has its original silver matching serving spoon. Impressed silver workshop marks for Aage Weimar of Copenhagen. Weimar was the son of well-known designer Evald Nielsen. The crystal is by the Stromberg workshop of Sweden; circa 1960. 4 7/8" H., 5 5/8" W., 8" H. to handle; 7 3/8" spoon
Whimsical cocktail bar jigger in the form of a top hat. The hat is marked Handmade Sterling. A fine example for the collector of unusual jiggers. American circa 1940. 1 3/4" H., 2 3/4" W.
Pair of Frederick Carder Steuben candlesticks with central, baluster-form, ribbed columns in Celeste Blue glass. The round foot and candle cups are Amber glass. Original drawing for this design number 2956 is illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," by Gardner, page 160. 10" H.
Nice quality crystal cocktail mixer with a detailed, cut rooster, or cockerel upon its side. Cut, banded foliates complete the design. A flattened sterling silver spout allows for graceful pouring. American circa 1930. 6 1/4" H.
Quality heavy sterling silver sherry label. The elongated, octagonal-form label has incised detail and is fully hallmarked: John Harvey & Sons Ltd., London 1960. The label was sold by the famous sherry company to commemorate the opening of their shop at Bond and White Church, October 3rd, 1960. 1 3/8" H., 1 5/8" L. label without chain
Flared Modernist silver bowl from the GAB (Guldsmedsaktiebolaget) workshop of Sweden. The footed form, fashioned in three sections, has a central, stylized band of Art Deco florals in relief. The quality craftsmanship displays rolled rims at top as well as bottom. The GAB workshop, founded in 1867, evolved into Sweden's leading producer of Modernist silver under the direction of Jacob Angman. Hallmarked: GAB, date mark 1927, Stockholm assay,as well as 830 Fine Silver. 5 1/4" H., 8 3/8" W.
Frederick Carder-era set-of-four Steuben cocktail glasses in the desirable, twist-stem form. The drinking glass, as well as foot, are in Amber, with stems in Celeste Blue. Carder's original drawing for this design number 7160 as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," page 195. 5 3/8" H.
Sweet sterling silver frame with guilloche enamel-work. The deep aqua enamel has an engine-turned pattern beneath. Sides are all silver. A fine leather easel back removes to insert a photo. Italy, circa 1930's. 2 1/4" W., 4" H.; 1 3/4" W., 3 3/8" H. photo
A vibrant robin's-egg blue guilloche enamel and sterling silver base supports a crystal vase. The trumpet-form vase is cut in robust florals and stalks. Top rim has complementing cut detail. Made by the Thomae Silver Co. of Attleboro, Massachusetts, circa 1920. 10 1/8" H., 2 7/8" W.
Elegant guilloche enamel and sterling silver candlesticks with balluster-form, cut-crystal columns. The golden enamel work has geometric, triangular patterns upon the rounded bases. Candle cups have complementing enamel with an engine-turned pattern. Hallmarks: Adie Bros., Birmingham, 1930. 5" H., 3" W.
Elegant, thick-walled, French opaline glass box. The rectangular form has bevel-cut edging. A gilded mount with floral-relief detail enhances the box, and a bow-shape clasp completes the design. France circa 1920. 3 1/8" H., 3 1/2" W., 5 1/4" L.
Lovely set-of-six Val St. Lambert wine, or water goblets. The cased glasses are in the famous Belgian workshop's well-known red, or rose color. Each is cut in vertical, elongated ovals, alternating with rising, long-stemmed florettes. Five-sided, tapering stems are geometrically cut. Each of the fine quality, mid-century goblets is 7 3/4" 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 and one is a cocktail shaker. Made by Harris Dunn Corp. in New York circa 1930's. 5" W., 4 1/2" H.
Set-of-eight Bakelite cherry cocktail picks rest within a geometric chromium holder. A square macassar-wood base supports the holder. Two complementing Bakelite cherry mounts complete the wonderful design. France circa 1930's. 2 1/2" square; 3 3/4" H. overall
Fine quality hand-cut crystal cocktail shaker. Cut from burgundy to clear in robust pendant grapes and leaves within three geometric sections. Signed upon mount by Wilhelm Wolff circa 1930's. The workshop was established in Pforzheim in 1894. 8 3/4" 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 ***