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Vintage

Hinged-Lid Ice Bucket w/ Tongs

South Bank Studio

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Hinged-Lid Ice Bucket w/ Tongs
Hinged-Lid Ice Bucket w/ Tongs
Hinged-Lid Ice Bucket w/ Tongs
Hinged-Lid Ice Bucket w/ Tongs
Hinged-Lid Ice Bucket w/ Tongs
Hinged-Lid Ice Bucket w/ Tongs

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Very Good; minor wear
Country of Origin:
USA
Materials:
silverplate/glass
Size:
8" W x 13.25" H
Color/Finish:
silver

Why We Love This

Unusual model silverplate ice bucket with hinged handle that opens and closes the lid. Fitted with mercury glass insert. Insignia marking for Forbes Silver Company, founded 1894, which later became a division of Meriden Britannia. Hefty EPNS silverplate ice tongs with shape that is complementary to that of the ice bucket. Tongs, 7"L. Insignia marking for Taber Tibbits, Willingford, CT, active 1919-1941.
As described by South Bank Studio

About South Bank Studio

We don’t have one signature look at South Bank Studio, instead we mix what’s best in all styles and eras. Beginning as a source for freshly-upholstered vintage chairs, we’ve evolved into a choice destination for designers, stylists, and collectors in search of special pieces, unique artwork, lighting, and accessories. Finds from South Bank have been spotted in editorials and advertisements in Architectural Digest, Country Living, Elle Decor, This Old House, Veranda and more.