The Rarest one of all! A Huge 1927 Lighthouse Cocktail Shaker $23,900.00
This is a perfect example of the most rare original huge 1927 International Silverplate Lighthouse shaker. It is staggeringly tall. It is so huge that there is actually a handle on the bottom to hold on to while shaking. There are no dents or dings to mention, the plating is intact and the condition is superb! The bottom is marked INTERNATIONAL SILVERPLATE.
Rare 1927 Lighthouse Cocktail Shaker $7880.00
This is a great example of the very rare original 1927 International Silverplate Lighthouse shaker. It is 14" tall, the condition is very good! There are a few minor dings but no major dents or scratches and the plating is intact, bright and shiny. The small top pour spout cap is not original but looks like it is. The bottom is marked INTERNATIONAL SILVERPLATE 343 56 OZ. PATENTED JAN. 11 1927
Rarer Like New 1927 Lighthouse Cocktail Shaker $13,880.00
This is a great example of the very rare original 1927 International Silverplate Lighthouse shaker. This is the rarer model with the factory installed music box on the bottom and it still works. It is 14" tall, the condition is almost like new, the best I have ever seen! There are no major dents or scratches and the plating is intact, bright and shiny. The bottom is marked INTERNATIONAL SILVERPLATE PATENTED JAN. 11 1927
This is one of the very most striking, tallest, heaviest and rarest shakers I've had the pleasure to own! This skyscraper cocktail shaker is a stunning 16" tall, silver plated and red lacquer (it is bright red, not the orange look in some of the pictures), designed by Lurelle Guild for the International Silver Co. ca 1929. The bottom of the shaker is stamped with the signature of Lurelle Guild, International giftware and "Lacquered" due to the red color. It is super rare, I've never seen another one of these with the red Lacquer!! there are no dents and it is in very nice condition except for some lacquer wear around the edges and the engraving "Stone Margulis Trophy, P.H.C. Derby, Spring Meet, -1936-", It also has a horses head attached to the lower portion under the engraving. The very top ball has a little lacquer missing and appears to be a composite material or wood attached to the metal stopper. The inside is quite shiny and could actually be used if desired.