Cocktail Shakers

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Vintage Cocktail Shakers
Whether silver and sleek, or tiki-style, barware is hot—and the great news is that in this category, style trumps brand name. Griffith says there were few mass-produced cocktail sets from known manufacturers in the '50s and '60s, so as long as your piece—whether it's a cocktail shaker, strainer, mixing spoon or jigger—looks vintage, it's worth something. "Atomic" and "rocket" styles are especially trendy right now (in silver); they sell for $30 to $40.
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