Antique brass bucket/bin with copper banding, 1900

S/N:11100

  • £190.00
  • €228 Euro
  • $255 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Antique brass bucket/bin with copper banding, 1900

ROOMSCAPE
Antique brass bucket/bin (coal scuttle) with copper banding,1900`s ca, English.

This item has been gently cleaned while respecting the antique patina and is ready to use.

Ideal for coal, logs or plants, this bin has an honest & authentic design. It includes the original tin insert which is often missing. It would be a decorative & practical accessory for a range of interiors including Edwardian, Art Deco, Traditional, Industrial or Contemporary.

Encircling this bin is a wide copper band. This has a hammered finish in the Arts & Crafts style which adds texture & reflection. This is trimmed above & below with riveted brass banding with decorative copper nails. The bin is finished with similar brass banding at the top & bottom.

At the top there is a semicircular carrying handle or `bail` which flips down either side. The bail is made from brass tubing worked flat at each end to join the hinge. Securely riveted, the hinge is attached to the bin in two places and the handle with one rivet. This junction is finished with a sort of `3 leaf` pattern.

Inside there is the original removable tin insert. This has two grip handles either side which can fold down out of view.

This antique piece is in very good condition. Both containers are sound without cracks or holes to the metal. The brass & copper surfaces have a gently aged patina and minor marks in line with age.

Packing is offered free of charge. We take special professional care in packing. For safe transport this piece would be bubble wrapped & put into a box with loose packing fill ideal for posting.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 28.3cm (11.14in)
  • W: 28cm (11.02in)
  • D: 28cm (11.02in)

Period: 

1900's ca English

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Sergio Guazzelli worked as an Architect and Interior Designer in Argentina. In 1990, he moved to Rome, where he developed and diversified his talents. The 'Eternal City' ignited his interest in antiques, leading to a Diploma in Antiques & Fine Arts. As architecture embraced art; antiques found a place in his designs.

In 1993, Sergio opened his first antiques showroom in Rome, with a second seasonal shop in Ponza, an island close to Capri. The island spirit, with her international clients, influenced his eclectic style. Following features in several magazines, Sergio established his own art & antiques publication. As a part of this, Sergio regularly visited and reported on leading European Auction Houses. It was London's art & antique scene, which drew Sergio.

In 1999, Sergio opened with his partner, Blair Thorburn, their London shop, Roomscape Vintage Furniture, in the historic Horse Hospital at The Stables Market in Camden Town. It was here that they became one of the first to propose vintage Scandinavian style to the London market. Moving forward at the beginning of the Millennium, Roomscape proposed further styles such as Hollywood Regency & Modernist glam.

Roomscape’s adventurous approach brought them to the attention of decorators including a collaboration of the launch of Liberty’s Fourth-Floor Furniture Department in 2006. Decorators not only appreciated the style but also the quality of pieces. With a wide range of contacts and 25 years of experience, Sergio & Blair source stock from abroad as well as trade fairs, private clients and auctions houses. Roomscape searches for pieces in good condition and gentle restoration is done to bring the piece to the best original vintage condition. Each piece is researched with historical detail fully presented on the website.

In 2009, Roomscape moved from a ‘traditional’ shop to a larger showroom with a stronger online presence reaching global destinations. The ‘By Appointment’ Showroom allows customers, both the trade and the public, to have the full 75m² space all to themselves for as long as they want and have a coffee with the boys. Moving from a shop has allowed a more attention to buying and sourcing abroad. It has certainly helped that Sergio is fluent in five languages.

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