Vintage Barware and Mid Century Glassware Specialists

Gorham Figural Bucket Jigger

Sale price $154.95 Regular price $174.90

Shipping calculated at checkout.
A magical vintage silver-plated Gorham figural shot glass in the form of a bucket. Truly a cool piece. There's a "handle" on the backside of the jigger that mimics a bucket's handle. Holds 3 ounces.

A bit about this vintage manufacturer: The Gorham Company was founded by Jabez Gorham. Gorham opened his own business as a jeweler, but the business struggled until he and his craftsmen began making coin silver spoons. Because of the spoons’ popularity, Gorham’s business flourished and became a very popular American silver company from the late 1800's into the 20th century. Attracting some of the world’s best designers and silver artisans, the company’s reputation led them to create one-of-a-kind pieces beyond silverware, including wonderful barware items such as jiggers, cocktail shakers, Julep Cups, and more whimsical items such as a "Vermouth Spike" and enameled stoplight jigger. Still in business today, Gorham is known for making unparalleled, beautifully crafted pieces.

The bottom is marked “Gorham EP YC 3098”

Measurements: Approx 2 3/4" tall

Maker/year: Gorham, Mid Century

Hallmarks: "Gorham EP YC3098 CAP 3oz" can be found on the bottom of the jigger.

Condition: Excellent condition. It appears unused as there's no surface wear; however, there are a few dark tarnish spots in several areas the size of a pinhead, two on the rim and a few on the exterior (please note: we do not polish our pieces as some buyers are particular about as is condition). The silver-plating is in excellent condition. Truly a neat piece of antique barware.

**On shipping: We take our packaging very seriously and carefully wrap all pieces well to ensure safe delivery.

****Important to note pre-purchase: Buyers, please examine all photos carefully as we cannot accept returns due to the fragile nature (the possibility of breakage or damage when being shipped back) of our vintage/antique pieces. Our items are true vintage pieces that might have manufacturers flaws, flaws from age, or imperfections in general from being vintage. We try to explain the condition/description in an accurate and thorough manner but we ask that you please examine all photos carefully and ask all questions before purchasing an item as we are unable to accept returns due to the risk of breakage/damage.