Viners Cocktail Shaker
The Viners Cocktail Shaker is from Viners’ stylish Barware range. This easy-to-use Viners Cocktail Shaker is perfect to mix all your favourite cocktails. The built in strainer lid makes it easy to pour and serve your cocktails, while the cap doubles up as a measuring jigger. The cocktail shaker has a tight silicone seal which prevents liquids from seeping out when shaking the cocktails.
Viners are best known for their stylish, high quality cutlery. The new Barware range brings the same sleek style and high quality. The art deco inspired design is elegant and stylish and brings a touch of class to your bar. The Barware range offers a complete collection of accessories for cocktail making and mixology. Every piece is crafted from premium quality stainless steel with an alluring black lacquer finish. Signature Viners style.
The Viners Brand
Viners is a highly distinguished brand, having gained over a century of cutlery manufacturing experience. Trusted, much loved and steeped in British Heritage, Viners origins date back to Sheffield in the early 1900’s. Since then they have maintained a tradition which combines best in class materials and cutting edge technologies to produce elegant, robust, rust resistant cutlery with an enduring finish. With a varied range of designs and shapes to appeal to all tastes, all backed by our guarantee of excellence and finished to the highest standard.
Viners was started in 1901 by Adolphe Viener and his sons in Sheffield, Yorkshire. After the Second World War, Viners Ltd grew to be the biggest cutlery manufacturer in England. The Viener family were silversmiths by trade and initially worked in small workshops. When Adolphe Viener passed away, one of his sons, Rubens took up the reins of the family business. Rubens was a great driving force and brought the company firmly into the 20th Century. Under Rubens’ guidance, the firm grew and expanded rapidly, manufacturing quality stainless steel cutlery and other kitchen products. In the 1960’s, Viners had prospered and become a strong market leader, with a modern factory in Sheffield and subsidiaries in Ireland, France and Australia.