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Thimble Jigger Shot Glass by Comoy's of London

Sale price $121.04 Regular price $134.12

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A lovely vintage "Just A Thimble Full" solid pewter jigger by Comoy's. This jigger mimics a real life thimble right down to its dimpled texture. It's etched with the words "Just A Thimble
Full" along with double etched lines below the etched wording. Heavy in weight, this jigger is solid pewter and a vibrant silver tone. Truly a magical figural jigger.

A bit about the manufacturer: The company was founded by Henri Comoy, a Frenchman, ca 1870s, and he was soon joined by other family members and expanded rapidly, making a number of pewter, silver-plated, and some Sterling items including barware. Items that are marked with "Made in England" were made ca 1890s onwards through the 1930s. Comoy's is still known today for their fine craftsmanship.

Maker/era: Comoy's, 1930s

Hallmarks: "Comoy's, English Pewter, Made in Sheffield England" can be found on the bottom of the jigger.

Measurements: 1 3/4" tall x 1 3/4" in diameter

Condition: Great vintage condition. There is some minimal surface wear on the bottom of the jigger as well as to the interior of the jigger. The interior is clean and the pewter is extremely vibrant. Truly a lovely bar measure.

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