Archimedes style beater or whip. Fan-style mixing end, three blades, bent metal wire, which twists at top for shaft and forms loop at top for hanging. Turned knob, wooden, unpainted with metal cap at bottom, when moved up or down, creates mixing action by spinning whip. Metal cap with screw threads to attach at top to accompanying glass jar, clear glass. Jar is cylindrical, straight sides, with molded screw threads at top, molded band of embossed diamonds at top and bottom. Side of jar is embossed with measurements in ounces and pints. Bottom of jar is embossed: "#1133413/2108-3/PAT. MAR. 30TH 1915. U.S.A.", and with other mark: backwards "C" overlapping upside down "V".
Related Patent: US 1133413 A, March 30, 1915, Turnet (or Turney) H. Stough, Jeannette, Pennsylvania, for "Kitchen utensil".
Circular waffle iron, plier form, with two, long, tapered handles, rectangular in section, the shorter one ending in a small loop with shaped locking ring that fits over the ball-and-acorn terminal on the other handle to secure closed. Both handles have arrow-shaped pads welded to plates. No marks.
Silver-mounted, conical, fluted, clear colorless glass bottle topped by a hinged ball or globular cap with an S clasp closure; interior cork stopper has a faceted ball finial. Seamed cap has chased C scrolls and bellflower festoons forming reserves, that on top containing a townscape by water, a horse at left and two naked figures at right, and that on bottom with putti, one carrying a rod with fish. Piercework band around body features three scenes of people drinking divided by trees. Cap neck is struck "STERLING" to left of clasp and with a figural mark on clasp; flat bottom of cap and bottle neck rim are both marked "XI"; and scalloped collar of stopper finial is struck with another very small figural mark.
Color print, half length portrait of a man (John Quincy Adams) seated in a chair holding a book in his right hand with his arm resting on documents on a table beside him. A column with green drapery is behind him.