Midcentury Shiang Dynasty Ice Bucket

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1960's reproduction of a Shiang Dynasty (1766-1122 B.C.) urn

Originally used by emperors as an urn for cooking meat after a successful hunt. The midcentury company Getz Bros & Co. created an identical reproduction, for use as a modern ice bucket. Original literature with the ornate illustrative details included...This statley piece is quite the cocktail party conversation starter.

From the original literature:
"The Handle: Represents the tails of two fish shown out of water, the fish being a symbol of freedom, happiness and figting spirit."

Material: heavy non-ferrous alloy

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Our products are antique and/or: one-of-a-kind, handmade, repurposed. You will find multiple imperfections on every item, called patina. Rusty, crusty, chippy and dusty are qualities that make these pieces beautiful. Due to the nature of these special pieces we do not accept returns. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to reach out.