Art Deco period Reed & Barton silver plated wine / champagne / ice bucket in the shape of a barrel. It could also serve as a centerpiece, filled with apples or other fruit, on a console table or similar. It is inscribed on the front: Doylestown Fair - 1932 - Road Hack - 1st Prize. The Doylestown Fair was held every year in Bucks County, it had concession stands, sideshows, ferris wheels, swings, and a racetrack used for trotting horses and later for car races. The Road Hack was a trotting horse competition. The underside of the barrel is marked Reed & Barton, 550, P 1/2, 6 and Reed & Barton's date mark for the year 1932. In good used condition with scratches and minor imperfections as shown. Shipped fully insured with tracking number.
Measurements: 6 3/4" at widest point by 4 1/2" high including handles approximately.
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