An  electroplated  cocktail shaker, together with a set of butter knives and a set of pickle forks (3)
Lot 131
An electroplated cocktail shaker, together with a set of butter knives and a set of pickle forks (3)
£500 - 600
US$ 840 - 1,000
Lot Details
An electroplated cocktail shaker
Tapering cylindrical form, the rounded neck engraved with a border of men in boater hats with one side listing six cocktails, 1.Bronx, 2.Clover Club, 3.Dry Martini, 4.Manhattan Dry, 5.Side Car, 6.Charley Horsl, the main body engraved with the ingredients to the above six cocktails, with removable pierced strainer and knopped stopper; together with a cased set of six silver handled butter knives, by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1938, and a cased set of six pickle forks by Yates Brothers, Sheffield, 1904, with silver ferrules, height of cocktail shaker 26.5cm. (3)
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