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French Cut Crystal Champagne Bucket, 20th Century

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A beautiful cut crystal champagne ice bucket, 20th century. The bucket is divided into three bands, with the top and bottom consisting of protruding diamond forms and the center band having raised rectangles with scooped centers, every other one frosted. Either side has diamond shaped handles extending about and inch and a half. The piece will make an attractive utensil holder, planter or waste bin in addition to its intended use as an ice bucket.

Details

  • Materials and techniques
  • Condition
    Excellent.
  • Dimensions

    H 9.5 in. x W 9.25 in. x D 7.5 in.

    H 24.13 cm x W 23.5 cm x D 19.05 cm

  • Seller location
    Austin, TX
  • Seller reference number
    Z37
  • Reference number
    LU86901330616

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