A whimsical, figural cocktail stirrer in the form of a golf club. Made by the Alvin Corporation, which was acquired by Gorham in 1928. Silver-plated and made in Rhode Island circa 1930. 8 1/2" L.
Mini cocktail shaker form holder with red Bakelite-mounted picks within. Picks rest upon their own stand that lifts out. Holder is also a jigger marked with 1- and 1 1/2-oz. measure increments. A removable pour spout inverts for function as a funnel! Made in England circa 1930's. 4 3/4" H.
A rare-to-find example of a Cartier sterling silver bucket-design cocktail jigger. The pail-form, with its pivot handle, has increments for a 1- and 2-ounce measure. A pouring lip completes the whimsical design; circa 1940's. 2 1/4" H., 3 1/2" to handle
Handsome English antique sterling- silver-mounted flask. Bound with crocodile, the flask has a drinking cup with gilded interior which slips off for convenience. Cap is threaded to turn and lock into place. A bayonet hinge keeps the cap from detaching. Hallmarks: James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1912. 3 3/8" W., 5 5/8" H.
Enameled and silvered mechanical tongs. Sky blue enamel has an engine-turned pattern beneath. Used for ice or olives, when impressed, plunger-form mechanism opens bottom claws for grasping. Nice quality and design. Made in Norway circa 1930's. 9 1/4" L.
Whimsical cocktail picks, each in the form of a whisky bottle, complete with label. Picks rest within a stand that lifts from a cocktail- shaker-form holder. A penguin finial completes the design. The set-of-eight picks was made in Germany circa 1940's. 4 1/2" H.
Pail-form ice cooler has a pivoting bale handle. The Art Deco design is adorned with banded detail. The cooler retains its original decoratively pieced ice drainer. Made by Elkington in Birmingham circa 1930. 5 3/4" W., 4 7/8" H., 7 1/2" H. to handle
Among the most whimsical of figural cocktail accessories! This vermouth dropper made by Cartier is in the form of a miniature watering can. Sterling silver and pictured in 'The Cocktail Shaker' by Khachadourian, page 88. Circa 1940's. Dimensions: 3" H, 4 1/4" W.
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 and one is a cocktail shaker. A very uncommon example with its red-stained wooden bar and rolling wheels. Made by the Harris Dunn Corp. of New York circa 1930's. 4 3/4" W., 4 1/2" H.
Lovely and whimsical cocktail picks set. A stand with a heart applique holds a set-of-eight arrow cocktail picks. Each arrow is fashioned with feather detail upon its end. A black lucite base supports the holder. Fine example for the collector of unusual cocktail accessories. Made in France circa 1940's. 1 1/4" Sq., 3" 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 1931. Fitted in original velvet-lined box. 3 1/4" L. each
A whimsical and unusual red barrel houses four stacking cocktail bar shot glasses. The barrel's top section removes to reveal the jiggers nestled within. Barrel is gilded inside. Made in Germany circa 1940's. 2 1/4" H., 1 1/2" H. each shot
Silvered ice hammer and pick is substantial in weight and balance for function. Nice stylized design with concentric band elements. England circa 1930's. 8 1/4" L.
Mechanical Japanese fine silver Champagne or cocktail swizzle. The lantern- form-mounted swizzle pulls out to reveal prong-like whisks for mixing. The stem retracts to conceal the splayed stirrer. Circa 1950.
Mechanical Japanese fine silver Champagne or cocktail swizzle. The Buddha- form-mounted swizzle pulls out to reveal prong-like whisks for mixing. The stem retracts to conceal the splayed stirrer. Circa 1950.
Mechanical Japanese fine silver Champagne or cocktail swizzle. The fan- form-mounted swizzle pulls out to reveal prong-like whisks for mixing. The stem retracts to conceal the splayed stirrer. Circa 1950.
Rare example of a Napier cocktail bar spoon with a detailed, cast rooster as its finial. Made by the Napier workshop, known for unusual, collector-calibre cocktail accoutrements. Connecticut circa 1930's. 11 3/4" L.
Very nice Tiffany sterling silver cocktail jigger. The concentrically stepped design serves as measuring increments. First step is 1/2 oz., second is 1 oz., third is 2 oz., and so on. An unusual example from the famous maker. New York, circa 1940's. 1 7/8" H.