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Rare Norman Bel Geddes Manhattan Skyscraper Deco Cocktail Shaker Revere

US$2,500

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Becoming scarcer to find, the Norman Bel Geddes Manhattan skyscraper cocktail shaker for revere company. Signed on underside Revere Rome Ny. This example in excellent period condition minus the some kind of effect to the finish on the top only. I'm not exactly certain what happened and if it is cleanable, but on the top only, you will notice an area where the chrome finish was affected by something. I will add photos. At certain angles it is more obvious. In addition, there are 2, what I would consider minor, slight impact areas on the rim of the Insert.

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