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ARTIFACT: This is an extremely rare circa 1920 William Jameson & Company Irish whiskey spinner pourer. At one time Dublins 2nd largest whiskey distillery, Jamesons Marrowbone Lane location was started in 1752 and ceased operations in 1923. William was somehow related to John Jameson, a distiller of longer-lasting fame. The pourer is made from celluloid, cork and nickel-plated brass, and the celluloid disc spins to reveal two sides: one advertising Jamesons 15 year old whiskey and the other showing a jovial gentleman wishing you the traditional toast of Slainte (Gaelic for health).
VINTAGE: Circa 1920.
SIZE: Approximately 3-5/8 in length and 2-5/8 in width.
CONSTRUCTION/MATERIALS: Nickel-plated brass, celluloid, cork.
ATTACHMENT: Swiveling spout flap and spinner.
MARKINGS: PAT. PEND.
ITEM NOTES: This is from an early spirits advertising collection that we will be listing more of over the next few months. ebay SHOP CON-RLB-VBEX14(1/00) LAFEX4/14 SLABEX4/16
CONDITION: 8- (Very Fine-Excellent): The pourer has some very light wear only.
GUARANTEE: As with all my items, this piece is guaranteed original.