Fine Antique Silver & Objects of Vertu
SOLD - COCKTAIL FORKS, SHAKERS & STICKS
The items below have been sold, and remain here for reference purposes only.
Art Deco Silver 'Cocktail Shaker' Pepperette
Made by Sanders & MacKenzie, Birmingham 1936
American Sterling Silver-gilt Olive Spoon & Spear
Made by Gorham Manufacturing Co., Providence c.1885
Victorian Silver, Steel & Horn 'Smoking Room' Corkscrew
Made by Henry Harrison, Sheffield 1895
Pair of Silver & Cut-Glass Bitters Bottles
Made by John Grinsell & Sons, Birmingham 1932
Chinese Export Silver 'Dragons' Cocktail Shaker
Made by Zee Wo, Shanghai c.1920
Silver 'JUST A THIMBLEFUL' Shot/Tot Cup shaped as a Thimble
Made by James Swann & Son, Birmingham 1973
Edwardian Silver Cocktail Spoon
Made by William Hutton & Sons, Sheffield 1902
Edwardian Silver Drinks Measure/Jigger
Made by Robert Pringle, London 1904
Six Silver 'Uncle Sam' Cocktail Sticks.
Made by D.F. of London in 1929.
Silver & cut glass ice bucket.
Made by J. Grinsell & Son in Birmingham, 1920.
Height including handle 8.25" (21cm).
Six Silver Cocktail Sticks.
Made by Walker & Hall of Sheffield in 1936.
Chinese Export Silver Cocktail Shaker.
Made by Wang Hing of Kowloon, circa 1930.
Six Danish Silver Cocktail Forks.
Made by W & S. Sorensen (London import date 1961).
Egyptian sterling silver cocktail shaker.
Made circa 1948.
Height 8" (20.5cm). Weight 12.41 troy oz. (386g)
Hong Kong sterling silver cocktail shaker.
Made by Sammy, circa 1930.
Height 9.5" (24.5cm). Weight 17.3 troy oz. (538g).
Silver cocktail shaker.
Made by Alexander Clark and Co. in Birmingham, 1926.
Height 8.5" (22cm). Weight 14.56 troy oz. (453g)
A Pair of silver cocktail forks.
Made by Charles Fletcher in Sheffield, 1929.
Price £68.00 (pair).
Silver & enamel "cockerel" cocktail sticks.
Made by A. S. in Biringham, 1928.
length of stick 3.4" (8.5cm).
Six Edwadian silver cocktail forks in fitted case.
Made by Levi and Salaman in Birmingham, 1901.
Length of case 4.4" (11cm).
A silver cocktail fork.
Made by Charles Boyton & Sons in Sheffield, 1919.
Silver cocktail fork.
Made by Charles Boyton and Sons in Sheffield, 1919.
Six silver and ivory cocktail sticks, cased.
Made by Docker & Burn Ltd. in Birmingham, 1928. Length 2.75" (7cm).
Six silver and enamel cocktail sticks.
Made by A.S. in Birmingham, 1927. Length 3.25" (8.25cm).
A silver cocktail fork.
Made by Charles Boyton & Sons in Sheffield, 1926.
A silver and mother of pearl cocktail fork.
Made by Viners in Sheffield, 1937.
A Pair of silver and mother of pearl cocktail forks.
Made by Cooper Brothers & Sons in Sheffield, 1924.
Price £145.00 (pair).