Chill out with these ice buckets and wine coolers

Serve up in style over the holidays by putting your wine, beer, champagne and soft drinks in these elegant displays.

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This ice bucket on offer at Swan Fine Art on December 10-11 has an estimate of £30-£50 and carries a quote from Napoleon on one side and a quip from Lily Bollinger on the other

These tasteful items can be sourced a for a good price at auctions coming up in the next few days.

Two's company

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This two-bottle wine cooler comes with an attractive estimate of £20-£30 at Stroud Auctions on December 7-9.

Lift the lid, put the ice in the middle and this two-bottle wine cooler will chill your liquid refreshment nicely. It comes with an attractive estimate of £20-£30 at Stroud Auctions on December 7-9.

Three’s a crowd

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These three ice buckets have an estimate of £70-£100 at Jacobs & Hunt on December 10.

How about a trio, each one a different size? These three ice buckets come with an estimate of £70-£100 at Jacobs & Hunt in Liss, Hampshire on December 10.

Try the ceramic look

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Two porcelain wine coolers with an ice cube bucket, estimated at £60-£100 at Chiswick Auctions on December 7.

These two porcelain wine coolers with an ice cube bucket are estimated at £60-£100 at Chiswick Auctions on December 7.

Swan around

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This pair of late 20th century silver-plated wine coolers with swan handles are on offer at Chiswick Auctions on December 7 with an estimate of £100-£200.

This pair of late 20th century silver-plated wine coolers are also on offer at Chiswick Auctions on December 7 and have an estimate of £100-£200.

By George, that's a big one

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A George III mahogany oval brass-bound wine cooler on offer at Sworders on December 8-9.

This George III mahogany oval brass-bound wine cooler is almost a metre wide and is estimated at £300-£500 in a sale at Sworders in Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex on December 8-9.

Serious silver splurge

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A pair of silver wine coolers with hallmarks for Sheffield 1839, estimated at £9000-£15,000 at Whittons.

If money is no object then look no further than this magnificent pair of silver wine coolers made by Howard & Hawksworth, with hallmarks for Sheffield 1839.

The estimate is £9000-£15,000 at Whittons in Honiton, Devon.

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