ice tongs


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ice tongs

[′īs ‚täŋz]
(design engineering)
Tongs for handling cubes or blocks of ice.
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For a long time, he has collected antique ice-working tools, but, except for, a pair of ancient ice tongs, which work better than any modem equivalent, he has turned to present-day mechanization, such as a power hoist for his pick-up truck.
It is 13-inches in length and made like ice tongs but the "pointed ends" are slightly curved, measure 1/2 inch by 2 inches, and look like they were made for gripping something.
Firstly, there is a double-walled insulated ice bucket, along with a pair of ice tongs.
Lunt is expanding its Rope Collection, which features a simple, twisted rope motif, with new bar accessories, including ice tongs, an ice scoop and a bar bowl.
While several stemware displays dot the floor, there is also a space dedicated to barware, where such items as bar tools, ice buckets and shakers are mixed with jars of olives and vodka-soaked cranberries, tidbit bowls, photo coasters and wooden baskets loaded with ice tongs and wine savers.
It has gone so much further than ice tongs and cocktail shakers.
The margarita set has glass and metal stirrers, champagne buckets, acrylic and glass serving trays, ice tongs, corkscrews, bottle openers, stainers and jiggers.