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Vintage

Midcentury Cocktail Shaker

deKor

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Midcentury Cocktail Shaker
Midcentury Cocktail Shaker
Midcentury Cocktail Shaker

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1910-1950

Condition:

Very Good; some wear

Country of Origin:

USA

Materials:

glass/brass

Size:

4" W x 9.25" H

Color/Finish:

multi

Why We Love This

Midcentury cocktail shaker with car designs. No maker's mark.
As described by deKor

Why We Love This

Midcentury cocktail shaker with car designs. No maker's mark.

About deKor

A native of Sweden, Los Angeles interior designer Isabelle Dahlin believes good design is essential to happiness and well-being. Her design boutique deKor Interiors opened in June 2011. Her eclectic Scandinavian style is reflected in the store’s unique, whimsical offerings. deKor’s aesthetic is best described by the Swedish word “lagom” – a term that suggests moderation and balance are key to contentment.