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Museum Pieces

        MOTAC

The following pieces were all on loan to the Museum of the American Cocktail from 2004 until January 2006. The Museum was located in The Pharmacy Museum in New Orleans. They were then moved to the new museum located at The Commanders Palace inside the Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas.  They are now for sale.

 

 

Museum Piece Bartender shaped Cocktail Picks Holder $377.00

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This 6” tall bartender is ca 1930’s. He has a black mustache and green lapels. The cocktail picks have tops shaped like miniature liquor bottles, a cocktail shaker and a glass. The bottles even have labels on them. It is in excellent shape with the most minor amount of wear.

   

 

 

 

 

Museum Piece Hawkes Glass and Sterling Martini Pitcher stirrer $330.00

This is a ca 1930’s martini stir rod. It is made by the Hawkes Glass Co. and is in perfect shape. It is 12 ˝” tall, made of glass with a sterling top cap and bottom strainer. It is marked Hawkes Sterling.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Museum Piece Hawkes Glass Crystal Cut Cocktail Shaker $188.00

Beautiful cut crystal cocktail shaker by the Hawkes Glass Co. It has a a thumbprint design on the top and cut squares on the body and shiny silver plate top. After the last use it now has a big crack around the body and would be for display only.

 

 

 

Museum Piece Wooden Bar Cart for Cocktail Picks $185.00

BarpicksWagonRed.jpg (31383 bytes)This 4 “ x 4 ˝” cart is ca 1940’s. It holds six cocktail picks and is made of wood painted red. The cocktail picks have tops shaped like miniature liquor bottles and a cocktail shaker. The bottles even have labels on them. It is in excellent shape with the original little recipe book hanging from the bar rail.

   

 

 

Museum Piece Olive Tipped Bakelite Olive Picker $180.00OliveGrabberClose.jpg (18279 bytes)

This is a great invention. You push down on the large Catalin “Olive” top and spring loaded tongs open to pick your real olive out of the jar. It is 10” long and ca 1930’s. It is very unusual and even made to look like the olive top has been stuffed with a pimento!

 

 

 

 

These pieces were on loan to the Museum of the American Cocktail from 2004 until January 2006. The Museum was located in The Pharmacy Museum in New Orleans.  They were then moved to the new museum located at The Commanders Palace inside the Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas until November 2006.  They are now in their new home in the Museum in New Orleans.

The pieces below are still in the museum and are not for sale.

Very Rare, Farberware Bubble Cocktail Shaker set

FarberBubbleSetComplete.jpg (33063 bytes)What a wonderful set!! This is ca 1930 Farberware. The set consists of a beautiful chrome cocktail shaker in a bubble shape, six matching glasses and an even rarer original tray. The shaker is magnificent with some very minor wear and a beautiful red finial (not original). The cups are like new, shiny and bright and the tray is just gorgeous with some minor surface scratches from the last 70 years. You probably won't find a nicer set!

 

 

Pink Elephants Cocktail Shaker Set

PinkElephantSet.jpg (31889 bytes)This is a wonderful old cocktail shaker set with vivid pink elephants dancing! It is all perfect with no chips or cracks and the top is shiny and new looking. It consists of the shaker, two collins' glasses, two rocks glasses, two juice glasses, a pink elephant tip tray and a “Guide to Pink Elephants” cocktail book with “alcohol resistant pages”-all ready to use!

 

 

Rare Bel Geddes 1936 Revere Manhattan Set!!!

This ca 1936 set designed by Norman Bel Geddes includes the Manhattan cocktail shaker, the matching Manhattan RevereManhattan4Set.jpg (102981 bytes) tray, and two of the very most rare matching cups! The cups are so hard to find because they were only made between 1936 and 1940. The Shaker measures a towering 13" high x 3 1/4" diameter, chrome plated over brass. The strainer is situated under the top cap. Marked on the bottom Revere Rome NY. Condition is excellent on this shaker showing only the most minor surface scratches from normal use. I don't think it had ever been used. Each of the cups are in like new, never used condition. And finally the elegant matching tray marked Revere Rome NY measures 14 1/2" x 11 1/2". It bears a wonderful stepped deco design and the condition is also like new showing very minimal wear and surface scratches.  

 

Chase Cocktail Mixer and matching Chase stir spoon

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This is a ca 1930’s cocktail mixer designed by Walter Von Nessen. It is 9” tall and made by Chase Copper and Brass Co. and includes the matching11” stir spoon. They are both marked Chase and in like new condition inside and out .

   

 

 

 

Bell shaped Ringing Cocktail Shaker

This is a mint condition bell shaped cocktail shaker. It is 12” tall, ca 1930’s and just shines. It has a wooden handle that unscrews to fill, the top twists open to pour and there is even a clapper inside to signal your guests that it’s cocktail time. Comes in it’s original cloth bag and includes the original flyer.

 

 

 

 

 

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