Stork Club

"The Stork Club Bar Book"

$49.00

A truly unique collection of bar recipes, bound together by witty and engaging commentary by Lucius Beebe. Contains recipes, humor, and stories about the rich and famous who frequented the legendary club. CLICK HERE for more information

"The Stork Club Cookbook"

$19.49

Offering a hard-to-find copy of the long-forgotten Stork Club Cookbook, an historic artifact originally published privately in 1949 by Sherman Billingsley, commemorating the 20th anniversary of New York's legendary Stork Club. CLICK HERE for more information


Stork Club Ashtray

$195.00

The Stork Club was New York City’s most enchanting nightclub, where, it is said, signature ashtrays disappeared -- five dozen or more a day -- into pockets or purses. Pass the Chesterfields. CLICK HERE for more information

Stork Club Bakelite Dice Set (Original)

$195.00

Owner of New York's Stork Club, Sherman Billingsley, was well-known for his extravagant gifts presented to his favorite patrons. They included a pair of Bakelite Dice, specially made for the Stork club, with the club's name and logo on them. CLICK HERE for more information


Stork Club Champagne Coupe(Swanky Set of 2)

$24.00

Offered are the genuine, original Champagne Coupes as popularized at New York’s legendary Stork Club. Each swellegant glass stands 4 ˝-inches tall and holds 5 ˝-ounces of bubbly, its bowl-shape allowing for a greater appreciation of the bouquet of the drink. CLICK HERE for more information

Stork Club Pocket Mirror (Original)

$169.00

Owner of New York's Stork Club, Sherman Billingsley, was well-known for his extravagant gifts presented to his favorite patrons. They included a pocket mirror for the ladies, specially made for the Stork club, with the club's name and logo on it. CLICK HERE for more information


Stork Club Tabletop Bud Vase (Original)

$295.00

Offering an original piece of Stork Club memorabilia that captures that special time and place. The 7-inch-tall figural wooden stork wearing top hat once adorned the top of a table with a raised leg that holds a glass tube for flower bud. CLICK HERE for more information

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