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Although its origin can be traced back to 7000 BC in pre-Hispanic Mexico and South America, the cocktail shaker as we know it was actually invented in the mid 19th century in a tavern in London. It was during the 1920's, the prohibition era in the US, that cocktail shakers became more fashionable, and this coupled with stylish art deco design, makes cocktail shakers from this period the most sought after.
Made Circa 1940
Made circa 1940 in Germany by Gottlieb Kurz, this handsome, 800 standard, Art Deco period, Silver Cocktail Shaker, has a curved body and features a removable internal strainer, and a rope border around the lid. The cocktail shaker measures 8.25"(21cm) tall, by 3"(8cm) in diameter, and weighs 12.4 troy ounces.
£1,375ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1929
Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1929 by Adie Brothers, this handsome, Art Deco, Sterling Silver Cocktail Shaker, is simple in style, with egg and dart borders around the lid and base, and features a removable strainer. The cocktail shaker measures 9"(23cm) tall, by 3.5"(9cm) in diameter and weighs 12.5 troy ounces.
£1,765ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1939
Hallmarked in Sheffield in 1939 by James Dixon & Sons, this handsome, George VI, Art Deco, Sterling Silver Cocktail Shaker, features a reed detailed handle, a reed band at the top of the body, a chain attaching the cap to the spout and a pull off lid. The cocktail shaker measures 10"(25.5cm) tall, by 8"(20cm) from handle to spout and weighs 22.3 troy ounces.
£1,975ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
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