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Date Name Thumbnail Size Description Versions
14:41, 18 January 2019 JiggerBeakerFlask.jpg (file) 26 KB   1
12:30, 23 January 2019 LogoMedium.png (file) 18 KB Medium sized logo of the Chanticleer Society 1
17:15, 9 February 2019 Tillicum-Salmon-Bake.jpg (file) 25 KB How they bake salmon over an open fire at Tillicum Village near Seattle 1
13:31, 16 February 2019 PernodRicard Logo.png (file) 36 KB Pernod Ricard Logo with Tagline 1
13:40, 16 February 2019 ABSOLUT Logo.png (file) 19 KB Absolut Logo 1
13:44, 20 February 2019 William Grant & Sons logo.png (file) 44 KB   1
09:58, 10 February 2020 Fee-bros-logo.jpg (file) 127 KB Fee Brothers Logo 1
10:22, 10 February 2020 JoeFee.jpg (file) 44 KB Joe Fee 1
15:05, 11 February 2020 Beefeater 0.png (file) 769 KB Beefeater Gin 1
12:41, 1 May 2020 PegucrestLOGO4.29.jpg (file) 241 KB The logo of the Pegu Club in New York 1
18:12, 18 December 2020 TomAndJerryBowls.jpg (file) 2.57 MB Several old Tom & Jerry bowls from the collection of Audrey Saunders 1
14:49, 6 January 2021 Rene Lalique 1925 Paris Exposition.png (file) 281 KB This "may" be the glass which inspired the original Martini Glass from the 1925 Paris Exposition. 1
14:40, 8 January 2021 Martini-Glass-by-Oswald-Haerdtl.jpg (file) 47 KB "Ambassador" Set No. 240 Martini Glass by Oswald Haerdtl Original 1925 design Martini glass or Champagne coupe made from mouth-blown lead-free muslin glass, part of the drinking set No. 240 designed by designed by Oswald Haerdtl for the 1925 "Expositi... 1
11:53, 28 January 2021 HagueneauGlassCollection.jpg (file) 212 KB Four wine glasses Hagueneau, press-moulded and mould blown France, Bas-Rhin (Wingen-sur-Moder), designed 1924, available in the catalogues 1928-47 designed by René Lalique, for Lalique glassworks (Verrerie d'Alsace) Gift of Arthur Byron (Circ.34 &A to... 1
12:02, 28 January 2021 HagueneauChampagneGlass.jpg (file) 145 KB 'Hagueneau' champagne coupe glass, press-moulded and mould blown glass, designed in 1924 by René Lalique for Lalique glassworks (Verrerie d'Alsace), available in the catalogues 1928-47, Wingen-sur-Moder © Victoria and Albert Museum, London 1
12:55, 28 January 2021 Pousse L Amour-Harry Johnson-1888.jpg (file) 26 KB Pousse L Amour etching from Harry Johnsons New And Improved Bartender's Manual (1888), Page 65, Plate #6 1
15:03, 28 January 2021 1668 V Shaped Glass.jpg (file) 96 KB Close up of the beverage glass from "As the Old Sing, So Pipe the Young" by Jan Steen. Original paining is in the collection of The Mauritshuis Art Museum 1