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Georg Jensen Manhattan Ice Bucket & Tongs, Stainless

$189.00

Georg Jensen's sleek Ice Bucket & Tongs take inspiration from the glamorous Gatsby era of New York City. Created in polished stainless steel, the Manhattan Collection invites you to revive a culture that embraces the pleasures of Mad Men, artisanal cocktails and mixology. Influenced by the Art Deco movement, its boldly geometric and decorative expression is an integral part of the Georg Jensen design legacy. The Manhattan ice bucket, with its firmly fitting lid, and tongs, made from mirror finish stainless steel, reflect the light beautifully.

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Home Décor Ice Buckets & Coolers
Material Stainless Steel
SKU 5422-0405

Relive the glamour of New York's Gatsby-Jazz era with the Manhattan Bar Collection. Featuring streamlined ice buckets, shakers, coasters and serving trays, this collection is designed with a classic Art Deco style and carries a modern twist. Designed by Georg Jensen, the Manhattan Collection is inspired by the geometric lines of the Manhattan skyline and architecture. This stylized set of barware is influenced by the Art Deco period and fits elegantly in any home or bar setting.

With a history that spans more than 100 years, the Georg Jensen brand represents quality craftsmanship and timeless aesthetic design, producing lifestyle products ranging from holloware to watches, jewelry and home products. The style embraces Art Nouveau lines while being injected with a resonant vigour that continues to inspire to this day. Serene forms, enriched with delicately sculpted ornamentation, reflect the designers complete delight of nature, and his philosophy to create pieces that are both functional and beautiful. With artisanal skills, artistic talent and an ability to identify and support talent, George Jensen built the foundations of his company in 1904 Copenhagen.