Joy Bell'Cocktail Shaker, Silver

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Vintage 'Joy bell' cocktail shaker in sterling silver, first patented by Asprey in the 1930's.

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The Design

The timeless ‘Joy Bell’ cocktail shaker was first introduced to Asprey’s range of barware in 1932. Its distinctive design is instantly recognisable. The handle of the bell unscrews, allowing ice and cocktail ingredients to be placed within. Once shaken, the drink may be poured through the strainer at the top of the handle, once the removable section at the end is detached.

Today’s designs are made by Asprey’s silversmiths in our workshops above 167 New Bond Street to exacting standards, using precious sterling silver. Each shaker is assayed and hallmarked, providing assurance of the silver’s purity, as well as the name of the maker and date of creation. As with all our handmade cocktail shakers, each piece is the result of hours’ of skilled craftsmanship.

  • Made in the Asprey London workshops
  • Black and red enamel details
  • Shaker and base are separate units
  • Shaker with removeable lid fits into sterling silver chassis base with silver and black wood tyres
  • Engraveable
  • Material : Sterling Silver
  • Height : 28cm / 11"
  • Width : 13.5cm / 5"
  • Volume : 1L
  • SKU : 1056101

Silver: Pursuit of Perfection

Silver: Pursuit of Perfection

Above our Mayfair flagship store, expert silversmiths pursue perfection. Skill and workmanship famed across the world.

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Asprey Moments


Sir Winston Churchill proudly owned an Asprey crocodile cigar case. He took it with him to some of the most momentous occasions of the 20th century. The photograph shows him with the Asprey crocodile case at the 1945 Yalta Conference.

Sir Winston Churchill with his Asprey cigar case at the Yalta Conference in 1945