A 1920s vintage German Trick Radio cocktail cabinet, the facade with false turning knobs and dials. Opens to reveal a travelling cocktail set with music box, decanters, shaker, tumblers and other pieces.
A Japanese sterling silver cocktail shaker. Mid 20th century, marked sterling and with Chinese character marks for 'Pure silver' as used by both Korea and Japan, and mark of Nambu, the baluster shaped shaker with an elegant 'C' form handle and detachable h
Two wood and sterling silver-rimmed trays, early 20th century, one with bamboo, the other with dragon; together with a Japanese silver cocktail shaker and six cups, all marked, 30.8 x 23.3 cm & 24 cm;, 22.2 cm; cups 6.3 cm
A rare silver plate Asprey & Co cocktail shaker, The Thirst Extinguisher, circa 1932, in the form of a period fire extinguisher, the revolving base with eight cocktail recipes, stamped manufacturer's marks with number 3212S and REGD. NO. 833773, 40 cm high
A Chinese silver cocktail shaker, of baluster shape, the body worked in a very fine hammered pattern, the bell shaped lid quite plain, marked 'Silver' with seal marks underside, silver weight 343gr. Height 22.5 cm
A five piece Chinese silver cocktail set, circa 1940, comprising Shaker and four cups, engraved with 'Police Lawn Bowls Club 1938 Singles Championship Won By CJ Bull Esq'; Shaker engraved with 'Cjb', Shaker height: 23 cm
A Chinese export silver cocktail set, by C.J. & Co, circa 1900 comprising a cocktail Shaker, a circular tray and eight cocktail beakers, all embossed and chased with dragons chasing pearls, the Shaker, 23 cm high, the tray, 30 cm diameter, 1900gms (61oz) t
A Chinese export silver cocktail shaker, zee Sung, Shanghai, early 20th century, and with a chopmark of typical form with a handle and silver-mounted cork stoppers to the top and spout, the body decorated with an encircling snarling dragon in relief on the
Arne Jacobsen for Stelton, an almost complete catalogue of Cylinda-Line stainless steel tableware, c. 1964, including a coffee pot, a teapot, a lidded creamer, a lidded sugar bowl, an insulated ice bucket, a lidded water jug, a lidded jam pot, a set of sal
An American silver-plated cocktail shaker designed by Emil Schuelke for The Napier Co., Meriden, Connecticut circa 1936 In the form of a penguin with a detachable cover and a hinged beak engraved to the body with the letter 'B' stamped on the underside Nap
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