Classic Champagne Cooler, Silver

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This classic silver Champagne cooler would have been perfectly at home at the salons frequented by literati during the Roaring Twenties. The classic style is also perfectly suited to the tastefully decorated home of today.
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The Design
“Three be the things I shall never attain: Envy, content, and sufficient champagne.” An apt quip from witty wordsmith Dorothy Parker, a fixture of 1920s literary society. This classic silver Champagne cooler would have been perfectly at home at the salons frequented by literati during the Roaring Twenties. The classic style is also perfectly suited to the tastefully decorated home of today.

Asprey is the only Bond Street retailer with a fully functioning silver workshop above the flagship store, complete with glowing furnaces. Many of the wooden tools are much as they were in the 1920s, with the addition of clever new technologies, from CAD design to precision water cutting. All our heritage silver is made here by our accomplished team of silversmiths. We celebrate and champion expert craftsmanship.
Features
  • Decorative handles
  • Made in the Asprey workshops
Specification
  • Collection : Classic
  • Material : Sterling Silver
  • Height : 22cm / 8.7"
  • Diameter : 21cm / 8.3"
  • SKU : 1045721

Silver: Pursuit of Perfection

Silver: Pursuit of Perfection

Above our Mayfair flagship store, expert silversmiths pursue perfection. Skill and workmanship famed across the world.

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