Pullman Gallery

Art Deco cocktail shakers

Reference: 5194,2367,1061,4371,5497,5771,5189,2373,5600,2365

(From Left) An extremely rare and complete set of ‘Ship’s Lantern’ novelty cocktail shakers by luxury makers Asprey & Co, the ruby glass liner denoting port, the emerald liner denoting starboard and the rarely found, clear glass liner as the mast head lantern. English, circa 1930s. Height of each: 12 inches (31 cm).

Illustrated: ‘The Cocktail Shaker’ by Simon Khachadourian, page 43.

REFERENCE: 5194 (3)
Price Code: SOLD

Modernism rules: an unusual, Machine Age silver plated cocktail shaker of ovoid form by the American firm of Rogers Bros., the body, strainer and stopper all stamped with the patent date Jan 11 1927. Height overall: 13 inches (33 cm).

Price Code: ££

Asprey, London: a heavy cut glass cocktail shaker of sunflower design with Sterling silver neck and integral half strainer and cap hallmarked Birmingham 1984 and signed Asprey London. Height: 9 inches (23 cm).

Price Code: SOLD

A stylish Art Deco silver-plated cocktail shaker with stepped and scalloped detail, marked ‘Victoria’. English, circa 1930. Height overall: 10 inches (25 cm).

Price Code: £

‘Tells-U-How’: three variations of the classic Asprey-patented design, following the principal that as long as you follow the recipe, the ‘perfect’ cocktail will be created every time.

An unusual cocktail shaker in the style of the iconic Asprey ‘Tells-U-How’ with a silver-plated sleeve which can be rotated to display the gilded inner body with stamped recipes including ‘Brandy’, Pernod’, ‘Between’, ‘Dry Martini’ and ‘Palm Beauch’(sic). English, circa 1930s. Height: 9½ inches (24 cm).

Price Code: SOLD

An Italian designed version by Fornari of Rome, with classic tapered shape, and swept foot, circa 1930s. Height: 11 inches (28 cm).

Price Code: SOLD

The ‘origin of the species’, the Asprey & Co: ‘Tells-U-How’: a silver-plated two-tone cocktail shaker, the outer sleeve turning to reveal recipes for 15 different cocktails, the inner sleeve and cap lemon gilded, patented by Asprey & Co, London. English, 1930’s, Height: 8 inches (20 cm).

Price Code: SOLD

Goldsmiths & Silversmiths company: a very stylish Art Deco ‘Machine Age’ silver plated cocktail shaker, with stepped neck and foot with integral strainer. Fully marked to the base, English, circa 1930. Height of shaker 10 inches (25 cm).

Price Code: SOLD

Mappin and Webb : A very stylish Art Deco silver plated cocktail shaker, of 1 pint capacity, designed by Keith Murray, with faceted sides and a knurled cap cap serving as a double jigger, with a removable strainer. Marked to the base MAPPIN AND WEBB, LONDON & SHEFFIELD, and bearing design numbers. English, circa mid-1930s. Height: 9 inches (23 cm).

Price Code: SOLD

An outstanding Sterling silver Art Deco-era cocktail shaker by the Belgian firm of Wolfers, featuring a classic baluster shape with faceted sides and integral strainer. Height: 10 inches (25 cm).

Price Code: SOLD

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