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I hat to part with these because they are just so unique and beautiful. I've looked them over fairly well and they are in mint or near mint condition - unopened also, although most of the liqueur has evaporated. They bear stamps from being sold in Illinois "Alcoholic Liquor Revenue 3 Ounce, Tax Paid at the rate of 40 ¢ per gallon". Bottles are "Made in Italy" and say "Exclusive Driori" on the bottoms. Looks like all the original labels are on the bottles.

Here are a couple of reference pages... one has the history of Drioli (page down)

"To us modern-day collectors of "Drioli bottles" we are talking about the decorative, Italian hand-painted majolica decanters, and glass liqueur bottles, bearing the Drioli name, which were produced from the 1950's through to the 70's. In reality though, the company and name of Drioli dates back to 18th century Dalmatia, to a place called Zara (also known as “Zadar”), a port city which is now part of Croatia.

The tradition of Liqueur production, from the Venetian period through history grew into a large industry with a high quality product sought after throughout Europe. The high quality is reflected in the fact that numerous European royal households enjoyed Liqueur from Zara, especially maraschino. It is here that Francesco Drioli first produced his liqueur made from maraschino cherry. The “Fabbrica di Maraschino Drioli di Zara” was established in 1759.

When the Drioli Factory began industrially manufacturing liqueur, only its maraschino went out to conquer the world. This product was the reason King George IV of England routed his ships via Zara. Others who enjoyed this liqueur were: Russian Tsar Nikolai I, Napoleon I and his marshal, Marmont."

1950s Miniature African Figural Majolica Driori Cherry Liqueur Bottles SET UNOPENED


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Material: majolica ceramic
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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