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A very stylish, Art Deco Modernist form silver-plated cocktail shaker by the Carl M. Cohr Silver Company, Denmark. The shaker has a faceted body and bayonet-style fitting cap with in...

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A Recipe or "TELLS-U-HOW" cocktail shaker which, when turned tells at a glance the correct ingredients and exact proportions required to make the perfect cocktail. This is the Britis...

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Advertised as "the sensation of the season", this cocktail shaker made its debut in 1935 and was carried by upscale department stores such as Wanamakers and Ovingtons. It originally...