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‘Penguin’ shaker by Napier, 1930s

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Reference: 1436

‘Penguin’ cocktail shaker. Designed by Emil A. Schuelke for Napier, USA. A silver plated novelty cocktail shaker in the form of a stylized penguin, the hinged ‘beak’, with cork stopper, lifts for accurately pouring the contents when shaken, the ‘head’ removes for filling. Marked NAPIER to the base, the piece was designed by Emil A. Schuelke and introduced by Napier USA, in December 1936.

Dimensions: 12 inches (30 cms).

Additional Literature: ‘The Cocktail Shaker’ by Simon Khachadourian, Philip Wilson Publishers, Ltd, 2000, Page 109.

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