Stelton AJ Cylinda Line Large Ice Bucket Arne Jacobsen 1960s Stainless Steel Vintage Retro Barware Men Dad Fathers Gifts Presents
Stelton AJ Cylinda Line Ice Bucket Wine Cooler - larger size, rare early model.
Bring some vintage glamour to your entertaining - would make a wonderful present for any lover of wine, whisky and Mid Century Scandinavian minimalist design!
Large 2.5 litre size. This is the larger Cylinda ice bucket, large enough to cool a bottle of wine.
15cm high without the handles.
Handles designed to make transportation easy but to sleekly fold down and interrupt the clean lines the Cylinda Line is known for.
Double wall construction to keep the ice cold.
Has original label indicating it is a rare, very early model.
Designed by Arne Jacobsen Design in 1967 for Stelton.
Satin polished stainless steel. Made in Denmark.
Exceptionally good condition for a steel product of its age
Excellent clean vintage condition with only minor scratches/scuffs as one would expect with vintage stainless steel. E). Very good clean, usable vintage condition
Last photo shows it with the smaller ice bucket for size comparison purposes.
Cylinda Line range is a classic of Scandinavian mid century design. Danish homewares producer Stelton engaged internationally acclaimed architect and designer Arne Jacobsen as its chief designer with the remit of producing an iconic range and this became the Cylinda Line, released in 1967. Unfortunately, Arne Jacobsen died a few years later and Cylinda was the only range he produced for Stelton.
Cylinda Line items are on display at Modern Art and Design Museums around the world. This was a modern, cutting edge design in its day and led the way for a whole new era of modernist homeware designs. With its clean, minimalist lines the range has a timeless appeal.
Note that we have attempted to show and state the condition as accurately as possible but this is a pre-loved, vintage item and some minor signs of age and/or use are to be expected. There may also be slight variations in the colours shown due to lighting, the camera lens and the device the image is viewed through.