A manly melange of bottles and accessories, inspired by that bigger-than-life hero, John Wayne. "The Duke" had a taste for good liquor, especially Kentucky bourbon, and the unopened bottle of Jim Beam is a fine way to remember the man who said, "talk low, talk slow, and don't talk too much." The man knew a thing or two about life, cowgirls and drinking. Read more about him here on the blog.
- Oil rig decanter, Jim Beam, Permian Basin Oil Show, Odessa, Texas, Oct. 1972, vintage, unopened, full of 1972 Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey, (6.5" x 3.5" x 13"h)
- Coasters, wood and cork, set of six on a stand, vintage, well-worn (3.5"w x 4.25"l x 2.25"h)
- Bottle with shot glass cap, Johnny Walker Black Label Old English Whiskey, vintage, very good condition (8.75"h x 3")
- Stoppered bottle, A.S. Hinds, Portland, Maine, with one of the coolest "stacked" monograms I've ever seen, vintage, good condition, (7"h x 2.5")
- Screwtop flask, with stylized art-deco raised design, vintage, good condition with some old liquid in the bottom which I could clean out but it doesn't smell bad and it looks cool (5.5"h x 3.25")
- Pewter shot glass, bull's head, designed to sit either way, vintage, excellent condition, (3"h x 2"d)
- Mirrored tray, new, wood base, aged brass handles, with pretty starburst etched in center, and a border etched on the curve (19.75"d, with handles, 22"w)
- John Wayne bust sold separately here.
Shipping costs are included. Also, please note that everything I sell, and I mean everything, is used, antique, vintage, etc. That means sometimes scratched, dented, and worn. Imperfect. Not dusty, though. Or dirty.