Rosebud Chintz Ice Pack
How many recall our mother bundling ice within a tea towel to soothe a swollen knee?
Dainty rosebuds borrowed from a vintage nightie are rendered to rubberized cotton, offering non-clinical comfort to what ails us.
Created faithfully from compresses found in physicians' bags when house calls were commonplace. The first manufactured ice dates to early 1890's. Prior to this, the Victorians realized the importance of applying snow to inflammation. This tried-and-true best seller offers a leak-proof cap that secures the contents long after the ice has melted.
Reserve a spot in your freezer or use as cool-water fridge-pack lessens headaches and eye puffiness.
- $7.95 EACH WHEN YOU BUY 2 OR MORE!
- Laminated rubber with metal neck.
from Oklahoma, USA
November 14, 2019
I love the Rosebud Chintz Ice Pack! It is exactly as described. The best feature to me is that it is a bit smaller than the standard blue plastic one I had before. Because it is smaller, it requires less ice. It is also a great size for ankles or knees which is what I mostly use it for. The top screws on securely, no leaks. No need to use a cloth between this and my skin because the exterior is some kind of water resistant fabric. Interior is waterproof and sealed. It drys well. I am very pleased with this purchase. For me, the sweet, romantic style helps to comfort when it's use is required. Thank you Victorian Trading for offering something attractive that does not compromise on function.
November 27, 2019
This is a cute little ice pack, and the old-fashioned design makes for much better use and longevity I hope than those plastic ice paks with the plastic/silicone beads that can break. It doesn't leak either, which is very helpful if you're trying to cool down while you sleep.
from Houston TX
February 14, 2016
This is an awesome ice pack!!! Less than a week after receiving my ice pack my 91-year-old father fell and broke both bones in his left wrist. I used the ice pack on my dad's wrist while waiting in an emergency room for over four hours, which was perfect for the swelling factor. I threw the ice pack in my purse when leaving the hospital and forgot about it. Three days later I cleaned out my purse from all the paperwork from the hospital and a couple of doctor visits. My ice pack never leaked, even after being upside down in my purse for three days.
December 8, 2017
It's nice to have a real ice pack for those unexpected boo boos. I've been using a baggie filled with ice and then wrapping a towel around it. It's messy and doesn't work as well as this beautiful ice pack. I'm so glad I bought it.
February 25, 2020
I've had this for about a decade and just bought several to give as gifts. It's one of those things you don't know you need until you need it. No leaks, fun pattern, love it.