All of the flowers in the past couple of posts made my mind wonder to ice buckets because I love how these vessels can do double duty as vases. Sort of like a dressed up version of the galvanized buckets florists use. So away we go with another bucket roundup.
Clockwise from the top left: handtooled ice bucket (or soup tureen) from The Loaded Trunk; vintage brass bucket, followed below by large minimal glass version, both from High Street Market; Gorham silverplate option from Eddie Ross; the ever-popular simple country glass bucket from William Yeoward makes an encore; and last is another vintage piece from Found. Click picture to enlarge. Prices range from about $50 to $200.
Above, an alternate view of the Yeoward and Found options.
Flowers on the work table at Saipua photographed by Emerson Merrick.
Back to gardens, Hennessy Ingalls hosts a booksigning with landscape designer Nancy Goslee Power on Saturday, October 17th from 2 to 3:30 p.m. at the Santa Monica store. The new book is also available through Amazon.