These two bottle caps were used to pour from bottles of Seagram’s Extra Dry Gin. They are made of plastic and screw onto the bottles. When tipped the gin flows out the lidded spout which has a little airhole for making pouring easy and efficient. They were made by the Claremould company of Newark N. J. which is molded on one side. The little hinged lid is blue and the raised “Seagram’s Extra Dry Gin” is dark blue on the cream plastic pourer. The screw on part of the lid is red plastic that is painted gold. Claremould patented several styles of pourers in the late 1950’s which is when I would assume these to be from. These were popular bar accessories for home and lounge bar use.
They measure about 3 ½” high by 2” wide by 1 ¾” thick. They are both in good condition with minor paint wear and no cracks or other damage.
Priced and sold as the pair.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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