Category Archives: Barware

Takin’ It Back To The Old Stool: Industrial Stool, ca. 1940s

Battered and bruised. Just the way we like it…

This WWII era stool stands tall at 30″ and though it’s been put through its paces over the decades, it’s still rock solid. The green painted steel shows great wear – and admittedly is hanging on by a thread in spots – but this, and the red wounds  add something to this piece you’d be hard pressed to recreate. The original glides are all there too. Climb aboard!

Strike You Down: Bowling Trophy Ice Bucket, ca. 1950s

Careful Bill, you wouldn't want to spill your shandy...

Better put your game face on for this cool little piece that serves its purpose aesthetically, as a trophy and practically, as a stylish ice bucket.

Regardless of whether you’re chilling a bottle of Brut or a couple of grape Crushes, this item will elevate a typical bowling night to something a little more sophisticated. The chrome globe is surprisingly free from pitting and the little gold bowling figure which stands proudly at the top is complete with no breaks.

This item is currently available for purchase at Modern Anthology.