Pullman Gallery

Cartier, New York cocktail tray and shakers, 1930-1940

Reference: 6897, 5836, 6848, 6632

A classical and elegant Sterling silver cocktail tray by Cartier, New York. Stamped CARTIER STERLING with design registration number 9603 to the underside. American, circa 1940s.

Length: 15 inches (38 cm)

Price Code: ££

(Shown on tray, from left) a rare, large capacity, baluster shaped black ‘onyx’ glass shaker made by the West Virginia Glass Company, featuring 20 applied recipes to the body, including some less traditional ones like ‘Jersey Lightning’, and ‘Harmony’ with a chrome-plated cap with integral strainer. American, circa 1930s.

Height: 12 inches (31 cm)

Price Code: ££

An exceptional Art Deco Sterling silver cocktail shaker designed for Cartier by designer Lurelle van Arsdale Guild (American, 1898-1985). The heavy gauge shaker, with tapered body, narrow neck and concentric patterned foot and shoulder, has a Modernist ball cap, intersected by a deep linear detail post. With impressed marks to the base, the shaker is signed CARTIER, STERLING with design registration numbers to the base.

Height: 12½ inches (32 cm)

Price Code: ££££

(Right) a supremely elegant cylindrical shaker with side handle, made by the American firm Napier, the bayonet-fitting cap with Georg Jensen-style scrolled finial, opens to reveal a pouring spout inside. American, circa 1930s.

Height: 12 inches (30 cm)

Price Code: ££

Featured in ‘The Cocktail Shaker’ by Simon Khachadourian, Philip Wilson Publishers, Ltd, 2000, Page 38.

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