Edwardian silver ice bucket

Edwardian silver ice bucket

£2,850

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Reference

5596

An unusual and very stylish silver ice bucket with engraved and applied bands to give the appearance of a traditional wooden pail. The ice bucket has a separate pierced draining plate inside and swing handle, both with a London hallmark for William Hutton in 1909.

And here's a tip:
While silver and silver plate are superior for keeping contents cold, don't just fill the ice bucket with ice cubes to chill your favourite wines or Champagne. Fill the silver ice bucket with ice, then halfway up with water, before dropping in the bottle. Add more water if there's room. Adding water creates an icy bath that's in contact with the entire surface of the bottle. Cheers!

Dimensions:

Height 145 mm / 5 2932"
Diameter 130 mm / 5 332"
Weight 724 g (23.28 troy ozs)
Year

1909

Place

London

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