Pullman Gallery

Cobalt Blue Glass Cocktail Shakers, 1930s

Price Code: SOLD

Reference: 2324, 1857, 7009, 1369

Four cobalt blue glass Art Deco cocktail shakers (From left to right):

A baluster-form shaker with a Sterling silver overlaid scene of friends drinking outside a country hostelry or pub. In unused, ‘new-old-stock‘ condition, the shaker even retains the original New York retailer’s label. Height: 9½ inches (24 cm).

Price Code:  SOLD

A rarely seen tapered glass shaker with chrome cap and Sterling silver overlay of a design of a pair of dice and the humorous legend ‘Shake Well Before Using’. Made by the West Virginia Glass Company, circa 1930s. Height: height 10½ inches (27 cm).

Price Code:  SOLD

A large capacity, deep cobalt blue glass cocktail shaker with Sterling silver hunting scene inlay to the body and a linear overlaid pattern to the shoulder and foot, with a chrome cap and strainer. American, circa 1930s. Height: 12 inches (31 cm).

Price Code: SOLD

A large ‘cut-to-clearArt Deco shaker by renowned American art glass maker Durand (1924-1931). Although better known as a maker of iridescent glass (not unlike Tiffany), Durand made a very limited amount of cut glass at their factory in New Jersey. Height: 11 inches (28 cm).

Price Code: SOLD

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