With this fantastic vintage bar set, if you fall off the wagon, you can get back on the train!
Modeled after one of the first steam-engine locomotives, this baby is able to hold six shot glasses and a large bottle with a one-shot pourer on top.
The bottle features a gold-tone metal hang-tag around its neck. The label is embossed with "Scotch" on one side and "Gin" on the other.
There is one sticker on the underside of the bottle which reads "Japan" (where the bar set was manufactured).
The train has all the great details, including a cow-catcher, real moving wheels and a velvet-lined cab where the bottle sits.
We love the fact that it rolls. Roll it out for after diner drinks, or before dinner aperitifs.
The cast-glass bottle is a great amber color with a drizzled gold-paint decoration and a beautiful cut-glass look on each side.
The sides of the cab have painted lettering which reads "1880 Iron Horse" on one side and "Roselon Express" on the opposite side.
Four shot glasses sit in special reservoirs on the smokestack while there are slots for two others on the tender (or, middle part).
One shot glass has gone missing, but this doesn't affect the overall look of the train at all.
The black paint and gold-tone details remain in fantastic condition. The shot glasses and bottle are also in spectacular condition.
This piece is just too much fun! We know you'll love the way it looks in your collection. It is certainly a conversation piece as well as having great utility.
Very clean and iconic. 1950's at its best.
Measurements: Train: 15" long, 9 ¾" tall (w/ glass), 7 1/8" tall (w/o glass), 4 ¼" wide Glass: 1 3/8" shot glass diameter, 2 3/8" shot glass height, 3" square base decanter, 7 ¼" tall Total Weight: 4 lbs., 13 oz.
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