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Martini Collection

Inspired by the golden age of Hollywood and iconic martini cocktail, the elegantly designed Martini Collection has historic influences. The sculptured geometric shapes give a gentle nod to Art Deco, while the steel material and finish, reference a more Bauhaus style.

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    The Bronx table was inspired by the cocktail of the same name, originated in 1905 by a New Yorker restaurateur Joseph Sormani. Like the Manhattan, the Bronx was one of…
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    The Gibson was a cocktail with movie-star status enjoyed at San Francisco’s bohemian clubs and known as the classic Martini’s savory second cousin. The cocktail is a standard dry martini,…
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    The Kangaroo table is inspired by the most iconic of the martinis. Also known as the classic “vodka martini” the Kangaroo was made famous by the James Bond movies and…
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    First mixed in New York's Manhattan club in the early 1870's, the whiskey based Manhattan combines dry vermouth with a Maraschino liqueur and a dash of Amer Picon. The enticing…
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    The rectangular table is inspired by the Martinez cocktail, which many believe is the genesis of the martini itself. A popular theory suggests the Martini evolved from the Martinez cocktail.…
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    Bean in shape, the Vesper table was inspired by Ian Fleming's James Bond novel, Casino Royale. In the chapter, "Pink Lights and Champagne" he named the cocktail after the beautiful…
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