Has a brown triangular diamond logo containing the word Blatz in the center. Below the logo are the words Milwaukee's Finest Beer in white script. 4 1/4 tall. The Valentin Blatz Brewing Company was based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It produced Blatz Beer from 1851 until 1959 when the label was sold to Pabst Brewing Company.
Retro 1950s Stop Ice Beverage Tumbler Ice Inserts Mint In Box
An apparently never used 1940s to early 1950s barware product called Stop Ice in the original box. The box says its The Perfect Hostess Aid , and reads Clever plastic stop-ice holds ice back while you drink. No more frozen lips, No more ice that slips. Each colorful handle a distinctive drink marker . Made by Cabri Manufacturing Co. of Hollywood California. The 8 hard plastic tumbler inserts slip over the rim of your glass. The round discs have cutouts to allow the liquid through while retaining the ice. The colored clips are about 2 long, the ice catcher discs are 2 diameter and marked Pat. Pend. They have no damage but do need to be washed before use. The original box as an odd water stain pattern all over the top that almost looks like part of the design. It did not soak through to the reverse side of the lid at all.
These 6 green glass cordial glasses with gold banding and trim are unmarked. Made of very thin glass they are in very good condition without chips or cracks, 1 does have a fleabite in the rim and the gold banding does show wear from age which I have shown in my pictures and they measure 2 1/8 inches tall, 1 7/8 inches across the rim and 1 inch across the base. An addition to any Cordial Glass Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
1970 Pacific Stoneware Wine Carafe And 4 Cups Barware
This five piece Pacific Stoneware set consists of a 11 3/4 inch tall wine carafe and four handleless 3 inch tall cups. Done in a blended brown banding near each of the top openings, the wine carafe also has an embossed design of grapes and vines, along with the word, Vin. Whether used for display only or as a functioning bar set, this Pacific Stoneware grouping has no cracks, chips, or nicks, and has the Pacific Stoneware, USA, 1970 under the base of the wine carafe.
Leroux Coffee Amaretto Liqueur Glass & Wood Bar Sign
LeRoux began making cordials in Brussels over four generations ago, moved to Relay, Maryland, and is now produced by Jim Beam Brands. It is only one of a handful of companies that has won awards for its Kosher liqueur offerings. This vintage sign measures 13 inches by 16 inches and features a thick wood frame with wording and graphics reverse printed on a mirrored surface. A white poster board was used to block off images of other items in the room, but this shows as a white cast. The gold border, oval crest, and almonds as well as the wording, DeLuxe Coffee Amaretto are surrounded by a reflective mirror panel. There are drilled holes in the top and bottom of the wood frame for mounting. We note that there appears to be some of the wood stain on the backside cardboard liner. Overall, both the glass and wood are in fine condition and would make a terrific addition to a bar display.
Signed on end: Ekco U.S.A. Size: 5-1/4 inches folded, extends to 7-1/2 inches, cork screw is 2-1/2 inches Condition: used Comments: flip out tools for use; fold to store / all metal / has a cork puller and a vacuum cap lifter
Shlitz Beer Mirror Wall Hanger--Frame is wood grained antique looked plastic--Mirror has dark look with Erlinger Classic 1983 Beer--Total measurement 15 3/4 inches wide x 11 3/4 inches long--Marked: 1979 Schlitz Brewing Co Milwaukee, Wis
I have seen fountains such as this but never a bottle stopper, pour spout. It is a cast metal nude little boy and he dispenses the liquor thru his privates. There is a button on the back to start the suction and two size plastic straws for different bottle sizes. The boy measures 4 1/4 inches tall. The smaller straw is 7 1/4 inches and the longer measures 11 inches. All pieces are in MINT condition in the original box from the Emile Liebert Company of Los Angeles, California.
Vintage Green And White Satin Glass Buddha Decanter Set
Very stunning green and frosted satin glass liqueur set shaped like Buddha. When opened reveals a metal insert that holds 4 enameled glasses and a decanter decorated with orange daisies, yellow centers and green leaves, there are 2 other glasses that do not match, making a total of 6 glasses. Decanter is 6 3/4 tall, some chips on bottom of stopper. 4 matching glasses are 2 tall and have some flea bites. Entire piece is 13 1/2 tall.
This collectible German Beer Stein with Pewter Lid is marked: DBGM / DRM in a diamond. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites it measures 8 inches tall and 5 inches across base. An addition to any Stein Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.
Offering a great George Killian's Irish Brown Ale Beer Tap. Ale since 1864 and all brewed with only natural ingredients.from Ireland Master Brewers. A llittle history!!! In 1995 Coors launched George Killian's Irish Brown, a line extension for the company's successful Killian's Red. The new beer received a St. Patrick's Day kick-off in the New York market, helped on its way by George Killian Lett and his wife Phoebe. The energetic and charming couple toured the Eastern half of the country for several weeks, making appearances on behalf of the Killian's brands. Killian's Irish Brown is a darker and fuller-bodied than its red antecedent. It has the subtly rich malt flavors that became the Coors house character. Although the new Killian's Irish Brown doesn't use a top-fermenting yeast, the rest of the ingredients are all ale - a blend of four malts, including chocolate and caramel, with Perle and imported Goldings whole cone hops.
Offering two great beer foam scrapers especially for the New York City beer lover. The Tally-Ho foam scraper is from the 1930s and the Eichler one is Pre-prohibiion. For a little history-the Tally-Ho brewery was in Ridgewood, Long Island on the Queens side of the Oueens/Kings(Brooklyn) border. The brewery originally had several other names, but after prohibiion under the new management brewing and selling was done under the Tally-Ho labels. Beer was distributed widely around the Brooklyn and Queens area. The brewery discontinued in 1950. The John Eichler Brewery located on Third Ave and east 169th Street. Itwas purchased in 1861 by John Eichler, New York City. John Eichler was born in Bavaria. He arrived in NY at the age of 29 and started working at the Turtle Bay Brewery. After he had enough savings, he formed a partnership and began working for himself. After buying out his partner, he managed to purchase the Kolb Brewery, which served as the genesis for the Eichler Brewery. He died in 1892, but the business remained in the family until Rheigold purchased it in 1947. Rheigold continued to use the Eichler label for several years since it had become so popular.
This glass bottle shaped in the form of a violin or bass is marked: GAOMI #3. Jingjiang glass is located in Gao mi City, which is near by Qingdao. It was established in 2000, specialized in designing, manufacturing and marketing all kinds of glass products. In very good + condition without chips, fleabites or cracks it comes with the original cork and measures 8 1/4 inches tall, 3 1/2 inches wide and 1 3/4 inches deep. An addition to any Figural or GAOMI Bottle Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.
This glass martini cocktail pitcher with applied handle and rooster design has no makers mark. From the 1950's it is in very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites and consists of the pitcher, with gold band under the ice lip with applied handle, which measures 8 3/4 inches tall, 4 inches wide and 7 inches spout to handle and the stirrer that measures 12 inches long and 3/8 inch wide. An addition to any Vintage Martini Pitcher Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions contact me and thank you for looking.
1975 Cyrus Noble Decanter The Bar Keep - Mine Series
As part of its fourteen mini decanter characters for its 70's Mine Series, Cyrus Noble depicted the Bar Keeper at a mining town saloon. Standing 6 1/4 inches tall on a 1 1/2 inch wide base, the Bar Keep can be found at his favorite stand dispensing some of that whiskey the miners sought out after hours of sifting through ore samples hoping to hit it big. The miniature decanter is in fine vintage condition with Cyrus Noble Mine embossed on the front of the base. The contents have been emptied and the head is glued in place. Produced over $250,000.00 is stamped on the backside and this mark makes reference to the true story of miner John Coleman, who in 1901, traded his mining claim in Searchlight, Nevada for a bottle of Cyrus Noble bourbon. Turns out that what he thought was a worthless mine yielded over a quarter of a million dollars in gold and silver nuggets, and became known as the Cyrus Noble Mine.
Jim Beam C. Miller 1968 Decanter Bpoe Elks Centennial
Produced in 1968 by the Jim Beam Distillery, this tribute decanter honored the Protective Benevolent Order of Elks on their 100th birthday. C. Miller created the attractive design for Regal China which features a large central star and the Elks symbol. Standing 10 1/2 inches tall, the decanter is 6 inches at the widest area and is done in warm color tones of brown, caramel and ivory. Both an intact gold foil Jim Beam label and tax stamp are in place on this excellent condition decanter.
This clear glass wine decanter in a diamond pattern has no makers mark only the #2 on the bottom. The stopper is covered in hard plastic to prevent the usual chips on the pour spout which is a unigue design itself. In very good + condition, without chips, cracks or fleabites it measures 9 1/2 inches tall, 4 inches wide and 3 1/2 inches deep. An addition to any Bar Display or Decanter Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.
This Bacardi pitcher measures 4 1/2 inches tall and is 4 1/4 inches in diameter across the rim to the ice lip pouring spout excluding the handle. Body design is done in classic off-white coloring with gold gilt around the rim, on the handle and at the base. Features the Bacardi emblem on the front with the words Bacardi The World's Great Rum. Design appears on both the front and back of the pitcher. Body style flares out as it reaches the bottom to a diameter of 4 3/4 inches. The pitcher holds approximately 2 1/2 cups of liquid. In excellent condition, free of any chips, or cracks. Small flea bite (flake) on the side of the spout, which is hard to detect. The gold gilt and the applied design are in excellent condition.
In 1901, a miner named John Coleman of Searchlight, Nevada, traded his claim for a bottle of Cyrus Noble Bourbon. Turned out that the stake he gave up was worth over $250,000.00 in gold and silver, and became known as the Cyrus Noble Mine. The Cyrus Noble brand of bourbon whiskey was well known to miners in California, Nevada, and Alaska. Fourteen miniature 1/8 pint porcelain decanters were created during the seventies to represent the characters found in a typical, early mining town. The mustached gentleman stands 6 1/4 inches tall and is 1 1/2 inches wide. He is busy at his assayer's desk with the all important balancing scales to figure out what a mining claim could be worth. Cyrus Noble Mine is embossed on the bottom front and there is a silver foil label present stating that the contents once held 1/8 pint of Grenadine. The contents have been emptied and the head glued on to prevent leakage and accidental breakage. Excellent condition and display ready.
This wonderful set of 4 striped pilsner glasses is a great addition to any collection. The colors are chartreuse, green, gray and maroon. There are no chips or cracks to any of them. They are 8 1/4 tall and the foot is 2 3/4 across.
Set of six glass swizzles, measuring 5-7/8 inches length with different color tips. Two tips are ruby, one is yellow, one is green, one is orange, and one looks clear, and the opposite end is round/ ball shaped clear glass. Good condition.
Old optics measure, with lovely domed glass round window as the measure, and clamp bottle support. Chromed. Maker's marks are: Sole Makers Gaskell & Chambers, with various patent numbers. Basically very good condition, chrome is not too bad, has overall pitting, but not peeling - needs a good polish. The cork on the optic measure is chipped, and probably should be replaced. Handle culd do with some penetrating oil or similar, and inside measure could do with a clean. Whole contraption measures about 42 cm high (16.5 inches). A real beauty!
Old optics measure, with glass round window as the measure, and clamp bottle support. Chromed. Basically very good condition, chrome is ok with no serious pitting, but just general use signs - needs a good polish. The cork on the optic measure is in good condition. Whole contraption measures about 38 cm high (15 inches). No maker's names.
Created exclusively for Avon by Ceramarte of Brazil, this attractive stein stands 9 1/4 inches to the top of the metal lid and has a 3 3/4 inch in diameter base. This would make a terrific display piece for the ship fancier. Five individual raised ship designs decorate the entire surface of stein with its rope style handle and thumb hold metal lid. The sailing ships are a bark, ketch, brigantine, schooner, and barkentine. Manufactured in 1977, the colors are bright, and vivid and there are no chips or flakes. Imprinted under the base with the Avon name and date and carries a foil Ceramarte label.
What a terrific whiskey decanter in the shape of an old-fashioned bean pot with the name, The Beam Pot to designate the originator of the design, Jim Beam Distilling Co. of Kentucky. Genuine, hand-crafted, Regal China pot is 7 inches tall and measures 5 inches in diameter (exclusive of the handles). An embossed design of an old colonial kitchen with a lady baking at the hearth is front and center of the decanter. The backside has New England Beam & Specialties Club, 1980. There are also original labels in place - a paper whiskey label intact across the lid on top and another foil label with the Beam name and information below the colonial scene. The Beam Pot has no cracks or chips, but we do want to note that there is some loss of the blue coloring to the Colonial lady's dress. Overall, though, the pot is in fine vintage condition.
Glass Wine Bottle--Glass with design on bottom half of bottle with rope design coming up and over the neck--Has a metal closer on to of the bottle to hold in the cork--10 3/4 inches tall--Good condition
J.W. Dant Alamo Decanter--Black glass with picture of the Alamo battle on the front and an impressed eagle on the back--9 3/8 inches tall x 4 1/2 inches wide x 2 5/8 inches deep--Marked: J.W. Dant Distillery Co American Collection of Great Moments in History By Lawerence Butcher
Elements Tic Tac Toe Drinking Game With Shot Glasses
Combining gamesmanship with a bar set-up is this 11 inch by 12 inch glass board with nine shot/whiskey glasses, each measuring 2 1/2 inches high by 1 5/8 inches across. Comes with five O glasses and four X glasses. The entire set is in great condition, without any chips, nicks or flakes. Since the glass board is no longer being produced, complete sets are becoming more difficult to find.
Heritage China produced this 1974 dolphin decanter for the Ezra Brooks Company as a tribute to American Veterans of WWII, Korea, and Vietnam. The decanter stands 11 3/4 inches in height and is 6 3/4 inches long. The raised lettering on the back of the decanter notes that the American Amvets 30th National Convention was held in Hollywood, Florida in 1974. Ezra Brooks and heritage China labels are intact on this excellent vintage decanter.
Cobalt blue tall narrow glazed stoneware ceramic bottle for Beameister Riesling, 1975. Bottle is 27.5 cm high and 7.4 cm diameter (10.3/4 inches by 2.7/8 inches). Very good condition. Bottle is stamped 071 MKM.
These 6 gold banded wine stem glasses have no makers mark. I am still researching the maker but if anyone knows I would appreciate an email. They have a beautiful gold band circular pattern all around the top rim of the glass and a blue circular pattern inside. In very good condition without chips, cracks or fleabites some of the gold banding is missing from washing through the years which I have shown in my pictures and they measure 5 3/4 inches tall, 2 inches across the rim and 2 1/2 inches across the base. An addition to any Elegant Wine Glass Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
Aqua Monumental Brewing Co., Baltimore, Md Beer Bottle
Aqua Monumental Brewing Co., Baltimore, MD Beer Bottle. This bottle is 9-7/8 inches tall, dates to after 1900 and was dug from the ground. It has scuffs and scratches, otherwise it is in good condition with no chips nor cracks.
Aqua Monumental Brewing Co Baltimore, Md Beer Bottle A
Aqua Monumental Brewing Co., Baltimore, MD Beer Bottle. This bottle is 9-7/8 inches tall, dates to after 1900 and was dug from the ground. It has scuffs and scratches, otherwise it is in good condition with no chips nor cracks.
This old brown pottery bottle / jug once was filled with orange curacao. The bottle has 3 labels which are very hard to read. A partial label on it which says Extra Quality Cordial Compound / Awarded at the Milano Italy Exibition 1906. lso the letter M and No.26 carved right into the bottle. The bottle stands 10 3/4 inches tall and has a 3 1/4 inches in diameter. Definitely made of pottery, it's odd shape and color will stand out in any collection. The bottle is empty but the cork is still lodged in the bottle neck. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have any questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
This beautifully hand painted Art Deco yet quite Retro wine decanter or carafe is so whimsical it puts a smile on your face! Red, white and black stripes on top and bottom with yellow, green and blue polka dots speckled all around the center and neck. This decanter is in very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites and shows no wear at all! Unsure of maker as there is no mark but it is a quality piece! It measures 13 1/4 inches tall, 4 1/2 inch base with a 5 1/2 inch girth. This vintage piece has such a WOW effect and would display wonderfully on your table or on your deco or retro decor bar! Very colorful and fun! This decanter will put the cheer in all your parties! Cheers! SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.
This set of 4 stemware glasses proudly advertise Schlitz The Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous. The Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company was an American brewery based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The beer it produced, Schlitz, was often considered the archetype of working-class beers. It has one of the best-known slogans in the American brewing industry: The beer that made Milwaukee famous. The Schlitz container also boasts Just the kiss of the hops. The company was founded by Joseph Schlitz, who came to America from Mainz, Germany in 1850 at the age of 20. The set is in very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites and they measure 7 5/8 inches tall, 3 inches at the base and 2 inches at the rim. I have another set of 4 glasses for sale in my store please see item #schltz02. An addition to any Stemware Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
Ceramic Yellow Gold Decanter--The decanter is 9 1/2 inches tall and has brown modern leaf design with handle on the side and stopper--Has a mark on bottom but I do not know the maker--Very good condition
Vintage hand tool to squeeze lemon and lime wedges Marked: Ritter Citro Patent Rostfrei on front, with pour spouts on each end as well as on the front. Size: 3 inches length, 2-5/8 inches width, and works as intended.
Hand tool / to squeeze lemons or limes. Marked: Star on one side of handle and Made In U.S.A. on the other handle. Size: 6-3/4 inches length, 4 inches width; at end of handles Comments: works as intended; to operate squeeze the spring-loaded handles together.
This Peerless Amber Salt tall. You can tell by looking at the holes in the tops that one has larger holes than the other, so I am selling them as a set. I believe these are from the 1950's or early 60's. The information that I found in my research said the brewery closed in 1965.
Vintage Italian Liquor Decanter Soldier In Full Dress
Made by Coronetti Cunardo in Italy. It is a soldier in full dress uniform. He has a nick on one corner of his hat in the back. Also spots of paint loss here and there. All around good condition as he has been around since 1969.
This collectible stein from Belmont Park 2000 is marked on the bottom: NYRA Belmont Park / 1999 Fall Championship Leaders / Owner-Amherst Stable Ogden Phipps / Trainer-John C. Kimmel / Jockey-Jorge Chavez / Made in China. The stein itself has a picture of Jorge riding River Keen in the center with pictures of other great horses on each side including Artax, Soaring Softly, Surfside, Beautiful Pleasure and Greenwood Lake. In it's original box, in unused condition, without chips, cracks or fleabites it measures 6 inches tall, 4 1/2 inches wide with handle and 4 inches across the base. A wonderful addition to any Horse Racing Stein Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.
A Norman Rockwell First Limited Edition Bicentennial Collectors tray with Ben Franklin on the front. A few minor scratches to the brown sides and some on the back. No rust and ready to hang or use. Measures 1 tall by 13 1/4 long and 10 3/4 wide.
Liquor decanter shaped like a football player and identified as Ezba Brooks. His helmet had the cork glued to it and this has come off. Cork is still in the bottle. Made by Heritage China in 1974. Stands 12 tall.
Lufthansa Beer Mug--Light beige crock has Lufthansa in blue letters--This is a German airlines company--Good condition and measures 4 inches tall--Marked in black ink: Made In The Federal Republic of Germany--There are 2 of these for $15 each
Donkey Cart With Jug and Cups--Horse pulling a metal cart with a dark brown ceramic jug that says Wildcat Juice and 6 cups that hang from the sides of the cart--The jug measures 4 1/2 inches tall and the cups are 1 1/2 inches tall--1 cup has a chip on the inside of the cup--Red and gold sticker: Made In Japan
This charcoal gray matte finish glass beer mug with a clear glass bottom advertising for The Playboy Club with a Playboy Bunny on both sides is from the mid 1970's. Marked on the bottom: Playboy,. In very good + condition, without chips, cracks or fleabites but does have some pin spots of color missing, which I have shown in my pictures and it measures 6 3/8 inches tall, 2 3/4 inches across the rim and 3 1/2 inches across the base. An addition to any Vintage Bar or Playboy Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.
Cocktail Shaker--Clear glass with late 19th century people in a bar scene--Has various recipe for drinks--Chrome lid with screw on spout--Glass is 8 1/4 inches tall and with lid is 14 inches tall--All in good condition
Nude Lady Handled Beer Item--This item is for decoration, is a ceramic mug with a nude lady for a handle--Pale blue mug has Corona in dark blue on the front and back of the mug--Top has crysals that looks like ice cubes with little bottles representing Corona, Carta Blanca, President Brandy, etc.