A Baccarat crystal ice bucket, second half 20th century, France, the stylish and elegant tapering bucket, simply facet cut, with a chamfered rim and a gilded slightly shaped swing strap handle; with watermark underside and impressed marks to the gilded was
Arne Jacobsen (Danish, 1902-1971), Cylinda-Line Ice Bucket, for Stelton, Denmark, stainless steel, together with a pair of tongs, with original boxes (2), height 20 cm, Labels: awarded the ID-Prize in 1967 by The Danish Society of Industrial Design
Arne Jacobsen (Danish, 1902-1971), Cylinda-Line Ice bucket, for Stelton, Denmark, stainless steel, together with a water jug, with original boxes (2), height 15 cm, Labels: awarded the ID-Prize in 1967 by The Danish Society of Industrial Design
A Victorian silver ice bucket by Robert and William Sorley, Glasgow 1899, with reeded swing handle above tapering cylindrical body with reeded bands, complete with pierced liner, 14.5 cm height (with handle down) 815 grams.Provenance: Purchased from James
German silver plated ice bucket. Dual handled. Marked to base 'GEBR. HEPP.90.' bears crest of the Hohenzollerns. Purportedly belonged to a nephew of the Kaiser c.1930. Provenance: Private Collection, ACT. Height 25 cm
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