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Japanese Style Golden 5Pcs Bar Tools Set Cocktail Shaker Jigger Bar Mixing Spoon

Japanese Style Golden 5Pcs Bar Tools Set Cocktail Shaker Jigger Bar Mixing Spoon

manly bar set.

manly bar set.

Forman Brothers vintage cocktail shaker Repinned by www.silver-and-grey.com

Forman Brothers vintage cocktail shaker Repinned by www.silver-and-grey.com

Bailey, Banks, and Biddle Sterling Cocktail Shaker

Bailey, Banks, and Biddle Sterling Cocktail Shaker

Japanese Jiggers, Classic Mixing Glass, Yarai Mixing glass, Mixing Spoon & Bitters Bottles.

Spirited Away

Japanese Jiggers, Classic Mixing Glass, Yarai Mixing glass, Mixing Spoon & Bitters Bottles.

JAPANESE BAR TOOLS | COLLARED JIGGERS

JAPANESE BAR TOOLS | COLLARED JIGGERS

Gold & Crystal Cocktail Shaker / Barware / Vintage / Bartending / Mixology

Crystal Cocktail Shaker 1960s Gold Plated Lead Crystal Glass Mid Century Vintage / 60s Barware Bar Cart Accessories

Gold & Crystal Cocktail Shaker / Barware / Vintage / Bartending / Mixology

Antique Etched Crystal Cocktail Shaker & Cordial Glass. Carson's tools of the trade.

Antique Etched Crystal Cocktail Shaker & Cordial Glass. Carson's tools of the trade.

Japanese Bar tools

Japanese Bar tools

#anthrofave

#anthrofave

Japanese Copper Moscow Mule Mug | Parched Penguin | The Art Of Drinking

Japanese Copper Moscow Mule Mug | Parched Penguin | The Art Of Drinking

Art-Deco-Dyball-Pink-Black-Stylized-Roosters-Cocktail-Shaker-Vintage-1950s, $59.99

Art-Deco-Dyball-Pink-Black-Stylized-Roosters-Cocktail-Shaker-Vintage-1950s, $59.99

Roll-up bartender tool kit.

Roll-up bartender tool kit.

Glass & chrome  art deco vintage cocktail shaker

Glass & chrome art deco vintage cocktail shaker

Absinthe fountain - rose to great popularity as a highly alcoholic drink  in late 19th-century France, particularly among Parisian artists and writers. It was prepared by placing a sugar cube on a slotted spoon, the spoon over a glass which contains absinthe. Iced water was then dripped over the sugar cube so that the water was slowly and evenly displaced into the absinthe, so the final preparation was 1 part absinthe and 3-5 parts water. This fountain would have been filled with ice water.

Absinthe fountain - rose to great popularity as a highly alcoholic drink in late 19th-century France, particularly among Parisian artists and writers. It was prepared by placing a sugar cube on a slotted spoon, the spoon over a glass which contains absinthe. Iced water was then dripped over the sugar cube so that the water was slowly and evenly displaced into the absinthe, so the final preparation was 1 part absinthe and 3-5 parts water. This fountain would have been filled with ice water.

The Art Deco Glass Dumbbell cocktail shaker  USA  1930's

The Art Deco Glass Dumbbell cocktail shaker

The Art Deco Glass Dumbbell cocktail shaker USA 1930's