Plunger Style Drink Mixer


Plunger style drink mixer: "Toddy Mixer". Cylindrical glass container, with measurements in ounces and cups embossed down front side. Bottom is embossed with man's head, wearing chef hat with the word "TODDY" on the front, underneath man is embossed: "A MEAL IN A GLASS" and the number 2. Mixing apparatus comprised of circular concave piece of metal with long thin notches punched around center, attached to thin metal shaft which protrudes through hole in curved metal lid and has green painted wood handle, curved to fit hand. Metal lid fits tight over top lip of glass, and is embossed on top: "TODDY MIXER/TAKES TEN SECONDS". Sticker on bottom of glass has "419" handwritten on it.

Maker is Toddy, Inc. of Buffalo, New York.

Date Made: 1925-1935

Location: Currently not on view

Place Made: United StatesUnited States: New York, BuffaloPlace Used: United States: Ohio, Columbus

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Credit Line: Gift of Mary Eloise Green

Data Source: National Museum of American History

Id Number: DL.322793.19Catalog Number: 76-FT-01.1052Accession Number: 322793Collector/Donor Number: 419

Object Name: mixer, toddy

Physical Description: glass (container material)metal (overall material)wood (handle material)steel (overall material)aluminum (cover material)Measurements: overall: 10 in x 3 1/8 in; 25.4 cm x 7.9375 cm


Record Id: nmah_1313556

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