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Art Deco cocktail shakers

Four elegantly designed Art Deco cocktail shakers, strongly influenced by the design accents made famous by the Danish designer Georg Jensen (1866-1935), and featuring scrolling details, silver beads and foliate motifs, all set against beautifully simple, classical shapes.

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Worden-Munnis Co. Inc, of New York: an incredibly stylish Art Deco Sterling silver cocktail shaker in the European Georg Jensen style, with an ovoid body and rounded shoulder, with a sweping foliate finial to the cap. Bearing maker's marks to the base, and stamped STERLING. American, circa 1940s. Height: 10 inches (26 cm).

REFERENCE: 6548
Price Code: ££


Worden-Munnis Co. Inc, of New York: an Art Deco Sterling silver cocktail shaker also in the Georg Jensen style, with a tall tapered body and stepped, concentric pattern to the shoulder, with a sweeping foliate finial to the cap. Bearing maker's marks to the base, and stamped STERLING. American, circa 1940s. Height: 14 inches (36 cm).

REFERENCE: 6549
Price Code: ££


Denmark: an Art Deco cocktail shaker made by the Copenhagen Factory of Amager, Denmark. The shaker with a tapered body and rounded shoulder has a delicate beaded detail and a finial to the cap with a double scroll. Bearing the Danish torchmark, DANA company trademark and FDG quality mark for silver plate (this mark was used from 1928-1932, making this shaker easy to date). Danish, circa early 1930s. Height: 11 inches (28 cm).

REFERENCE: 6546
Price Code: ££


Jens Sigsgaard, Denmark: a very unusual Danish silver cocktail shaker designed using elements reminiscent of the motifs used by fellow maker Georg Jensen. The silver shaker with a pear-shaped body and slim shoulders has a acorn-style finial to the cap with scrolled details around it. All parts of the shaker carry the Danish ‘Three-Tower’ silver marks, and the assay marks of Jens Sigsgaard (active 1932-1960) and bears date marks for 1944. Height: 11 inches (28 cm).

REFERENCE: 6547
Price Code: SOLD

Reference: 6548, 6549, 6546, 6547

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