Sterling and guilloché enamel cocktail shaker by David Andersen, 1930
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David Andersen (1843-1901)
An exceptional and scarce Modernist Sterling silver cocktail shaker of gently tapering cylindrical form with circular foot and a domed emerald green guilloché enamelled silver cap, and fitted silver strainer inside. To the front of the shaker is an etched design of a rooster, a motif often used by Anderson in his silver barware. Marked DAVID ANDERSEN STERLING NORWAY to the base. Norwegian, circa 1930.
Height: 9 inches (23 cm)
An apprentice of the jeweller Jacob Tostrup, in 1876 Andersen opened his first goldsmithing workshop in Oslo and quickly became one of Norway’s most celebrated silversmiths, creating decorative silverware and jewellery mostly featuring guilloché enamel
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