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Vintage

Arthur Court Rabbit Champagne Bucket

Lewis Trimble

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Arthur Court Rabbit Champagne Bucket
Arthur Court Rabbit Champagne Bucket
Arthur Court Rabbit Champagne Bucket
Arthur Court Rabbit Champagne Bucket
Arthur Court Rabbit Champagne Bucket
Arthur Court Rabbit Champagne Bucket

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1980s
Condition:
Very Good; some oxidation on interior
Country of Origin:
USA
Materials:
aluminum/brass/shell
Damage Information:
oxidation on interior
Size:
9" L x 7" W x 19" H
Color/Finish:
silver/brass
Care:
other; Hand-wash.

Why We Love This

An Arthur Court champagne or wine bucket in the shape of a rabbit. The piece was cast in aluminum with gold-tone paws and red carnelian eyes. The piece is marked and dated 1986.
As described by DNU - Lewis Trimble

About DNU - Lewis Trimble

Lewis Trimble is a rising star in the vintage and decorative arts world. As a young dealer from a small rural town in Virginia, he's made a splash by sourcing and carrying items that have given the New York and Miami dealers a run for their money. In under three years he's gone from a small-town antique shop to a client list of some of the top designers in the world.