Our favorite options for keeping your Champagne cold, no matter the occasion.
Above: The nickel Bucky Ice Bucket from Paola C. is $275 from Huzza.
Above: The Maison Martin Margiela Champagne Pail adds an industrial note; $530 from A+R.
Above: Tina Frey’s Resin Champagne Bucket with leather handles is $190 from Horne.
Above: Designed by Ettore Sottsass for Alessi, the stainless steel Champagne Bucket is $257 at Amazon.
Above: Stainless Steel Shiny Champagne Bucket with double wall insulation (stays cold inside, dry outside); $44.95 at CB2.
Above: Tom Dixon’s Hex Champagne Bucket is made from solid copper with a hammered pattern; $235 from Matter.
Above: From Crate & Barrel the Gatsby Champagne Cooler is made from stainless steel; $49.95.
Above: The Vintage Hotel Silver Champagne Bucket is $129 at Restoration Hardware.
Above: Designed by Nick Munro, the Octagon Insulated Champagne Bucket is $199 from Horne.
Above: The Orb Champagne-Wine Bucket is made from stainless steel with a brushed silver plating and clear lacquer coating; $49.95 at Crate & Barrel.
Above: Part of the silver-mirrored glasses line by London designer Michael Anastassiades, the Silvered Mirrored Ice Bucket is $240 from The Future Perfect (its also available for £122.50 directly from Michael Anastassiades).
Above: The stainless steel Contas Champagne Bucket is made in Germany; $133 at AllModern.
Above: The pewter Italian Match Champagne Bucket; $470 from the Silver Gallery.
A fishing bait bucket as a Champagne cooler? Have a look at our post: Holiday Cocktail Party in Pope Valley, CA. Stay tuned for our favorite Champagne flutes.
N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on December 23, 2009 as part of our Textiles & Textures issue.