Cocktail Sets Photos

In the early 20th century, alcoholic cocktails became popular & specialized sets often in silver or chrome were used to prepare & serve these drinks.

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Collection of Art Deco silver-plated cocktail sets by various New England firms at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.Manhattan Cocktail Set in chrome & brass by Norman Bel Geddes of Revere Copper & Brass Company at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Chromium Manhattan cocktail set by Norman Bel Geddes made by Revere Copper & Brass Inc. of Rome, NY at Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, CT.Chrome Gaiety Cocktail Set by Howard F. Reichenbach of Chase Brass & Copper Co., Montpelier, Ohio at Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, MI.
Collection of Art Deco silver-plated cocktail sets (c1920s-30s) by various New England firms at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.Manhattan Cocktail Set in chrome & brass (1934-4) by Norman Bel Geddes of Revere Copper & Brass Company at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Chromium Manhattan cocktail set (1935) by Norman Bel Geddes made by Revere Copper & Brass Inc. of Rome, NY at Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, CT.Chrome Gaiety Cocktail Set (1936) by Howard F. Reichenbach of Chase Brass & Copper Co., Montpelier, Ohio at Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, MI.
Cocktail set by Manning Bowman of Meriden & lidded ice bucket by Landers, Frary & Clark of New Britain at Connecticut Historical Society. Hartford, CT.Roundelay cocktail shaker with cut Duck design by Eva Zeisel at National Heisey Glass Museum. Newark, OH.Cocktail set at Rosecliff. Newport, RI.Silver & glass claret jug by Elkington & Co. of London at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.
Cocktail set by Manning Bowman of Meriden & lidded ice bucket (c1945) by Landers, Frary & Clark of New Britain at Connecticut Historical Society. Hartford, CT.Roundelay cocktail shaker with cut Duck design (c1953) by Eva Zeisel at National Heisey Glass Museum. Newark, OH.Cocktail set at Rosecliff. Newport, RI.Silver & glass claret jug (1897-8) by Elkington & Co. of London at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.

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