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Hire Party Ice Luge Sculptures for any theme party or event. We have a team of ice sculptures who can create virtually anything you would like from a block of ice. These ice sculptures and ice luges (where you can pour vodka or other spirits through them to drink) are great attractions as guests arrive, they are visually stunning. the standard sized block is 1 metre x 50 centimetres, there are companies who supply far smaller ones. The ice sculptures and ice luges can be designed on a wide variety of styles, you can even have your own bespoke designs with company logos on. They look great and are wonderful to see at parties. The party ice sculpture really set the scene and are great at theme parties, we hire ice sculptures throughout the UK.

Hire Party Ice Luge Sculptures for great centrepieces

Whether you are requiring ice sculptures for parties or party ice luges we have them all. What is a vodka luge? Well, it is an ice sculpture with a hole drilled in the top that exits out the side of the ice sculpture. The vodka is then poured in the top and the person stands with their mouth open at the side to receive the cold vodka. These are the ‘must-have’ party accessory and the best way to add the frozen fun factor to any event! The ice carving is spectacular, and you will not be disappointed. The party ice sculptures make a great centrepiece at any event. Our ice sculpture prices are very competitive. Ice sculptures hire / hire ice luges can be made bespoke for you so call us today and our ice carving team can make your unique idea a reality!

A typical ice sculpture will last for 6-7 hours dependent upon room temperature of course. The ice sculptures are delivered on a drip tray, with an LED uplighter, you will need a table to put them on and a bucket to collect the melted water. Once the event has finished the block of ice can just be left outside to melt away. We hire ice luges to a wide range of clients and have hundreds of styles to select from – or let us have you ice sculpture design and we will get it made for you. The ice luges are great for fun drinking games as well as looking brilliant. Hire ice sculptures and hire ice luges for you next event now – we guarantee you will not be disappointed. Hire Party Ice Luge Sculptures now.

Typical examples include –

007 Logo Ice Luge Sculpture

Bar Top Ice Luge Sculpture

Camel Ice Luge Sculpture

Can Can Legs Ice Sculpture

Casino Ice Luge Sculpture

Champagne Glass Ice Luge Sculpture

Christmas Tree Ice Luge Sculpture

Cinderella Slipper Ice Luge Sculpture

Clown Ice Luge Sculpture

Cowboy Gun Ice Luge Sculpture

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Dancing On Ice Luge Sculpture

Devils Head Ice Luge Sculpture

Diamond Ice Luge Sculpture

DJ & Decks Ice Luge Sculpture

Dragons Head Ice Luge Sculpture

Eiffel Tower Ice Luge Sculpture

Electric Guitar Ice Luge Sculpture

Elvis Ice Luge Sculpture

Fairy-tale Castle Ice Luge Sculpture

Formula 1 Car Ice Luge Sculpture

Gangster Ice Luge Sculpture

Hand and Bottle Ice Luge Sculpture

Harp Ice Luge Sculpture

Helter Skelter Ice Luge Sculpture

Horses Head Ice Luge Sculpture

Car Ice Luge Sculpture

Male & Female Torso Luges

Marilyn Monroe Ice Luge Sculpture

Martini Glass Ice Luge Sculpture

Masquerade Mask Ice Luge Sculpture

Motorbike Ice Luge Sculpture

Moulin Rouge Ice Luge Sculpture

Punk Ice Luge Sculpture

Rugby Ball Ice Luge Sculpture

Skier Ice Luge Sculpture

Sleeping Mexican Ice Luge Sculpture

Sword in Stone Ice Luge Sculpture

Teapot Ice Luge Sculpture

Tommy Gun Ice Luge Sculpture

World Cup Ice Luge Sculpture

But we can make any design you like.

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N/A

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Indoor Events

Yes

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Customisation and Game Branding

Yes - You can create your own designs, and have a bespoke ice sculpture

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Outdoor Events

Yes

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Game Dimension (WxDxH)

50cm x 50cm x 100cm

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Power Requirement

None Required

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Requires Staff

None Required

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Space Required (WxD)

50cm x 50cm x 100cm

What’s Supplied

Ice Sculpture

Drip Tray

LED Uplighter

Locations Covered

We cover the whole of the UK and Europe with single day hires and long term hire options available.

Cities we cover in the UK.

Aberdeen, Armagh, Bangor, Bath, Belfast, Birmingham, Bradford, Brighton and Hove, Bristol, Cambridge, Canterbury, Cardiff, Carlisle, Chester, Chichester, City of London, Coventry, Derby, Dundee, Durham, Edinburgh, Ely, Exeter, Glasgow, Gloucester, Hereford, Inverness, Kingston upon Hull, Lancaster, Leeds, Leicester, Lichfield, Lincoln, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Newcastle upon Tyne, Newport, Norwich, Nottingham, Oxford, Peterborough, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Preston, Ripon, Salford, Salisbury, Sheffield, Southampton, St Albans, Stirling, Stoke-on-Trent, Sunderland, Swansea, Truro, Wakefield, Wells, Westminster, Winchester, Wolverhampton, Worcester, York,

Counties we cover in the UK.

Avon, Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Borders, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Central, Cheshire, Cleveland, Clwyd, Cornwall, County Antrim, County Armagh, County Down, County Fermanagh, County Londonderry, County Tyrone, Cumbria, Derbyshire, Devon, Dorset, Dumfries and Galloway, Durham, Dyfed, East Sussex, Essex, Fife, Gloucestershire, Grampian, Greater Manchester, Gwent, Gwynedd County, Hampshire, Herefordshire, Hertfordshire, Highlands and Islands, Humberside, Isle of Wight, Kent, Lancashire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Lothian, Merseyside, Mid Glamorgan, Norfolk, North Yorkshire, Northamptonshire, Northumberland, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Powys, Rutland, Shropshire, Somerset, South Glamorgan, South Yorkshire, Staffordshire, Strathclyde, Suffolk, Surrey, Tayside, Tyne and Wear, Warwickshire, West Glamorgan, West Midlands, West Sussex, West Yorkshire, Wiltshire, Worcestershire,

Cities we cover in Europe.

London – UK, Berlin - Germany, Madrid – Spain, Rome – Italy, Paris – France, Bucharest – Rumania, Vienna – Austria, Hamburg – Germany, Budapest – Hungary, Warsaw – Poland, Barcelona – Spain, Munich – Germany, Milan – Italy, Prague - Czech Republic, Brussels – Belgium, Stockholm – Sweden, Amsterdam – Netherlands, Zagreb – Croatia, Athens – Greece, Riga – Latvia, Helsinki – Finland, Düsseldorf – Germany, Glasgow – UK, Copenhagen – Denmark, Dublin – Ireland, Lisbon – Portugal, Antwerp – Belgium, Edinburgh – UK, Cardiff – UK, Belfast – UK,

Towns we cover in the UK.

Abbotsbury, Abingdon, Accrington, Acton, Albrighton, Alcester, Aldeburgh, Alford, Alnmouth, Alnwick, Alston, Alton, Alveston, Aylsham, Ambleside, Amersham, Andover, Appleby Magna, Appleby-in-Westmoreland, Arundel, Ascot, Ashbourne, Ashburton, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Ashford, Ashorne, Askrigg, Atherstone, Axbridge, Axminster, Aylesbury, Badminton, Bagshot, Baker Street, Bakewell, Baldersdale, Baldock, Bamburgh, Bampton, Banbury, Barbican, Bardon Mill, Barnard Castle, Barnet, Barnsley, Barnstaple, Barrow-in-Furness, Basildon, Basingstoke, Bath, Batley, Battle, Beaconsfield, Beccles, Bedale, Bedford, Beer, Belford, Belgravia, Belton, Berkhamsted, Berrow, Berwick upon Tweed, Bewdley, Bexley, Bicester, Bicknoller, Bideford, Bilbrook, Bingley, Birmingham, Bishop Auckland, Bishop's Castle, Bishops Stortford, Blackburn, Blackfriars, Blackpool, Blakeney, Blandford Forum, Bloomsbury, Bodmin, Bognor Regis, Bolton, Borehamwood, Borrowdale, Boscastle, Boston, Bournemouth, Bovey Tracey, Bowness, Brackley, Bracknell, Bradford, Braintree, Brampton, Brean Sands, Bridgnorth, Bridgwater, Bridlington, Bridport, Brierley Hill, Brigg, Brighstone, Brighton, Bristol, Brixham, Broadstairs, Broadway, Brockenhurst, Bromborough, Bromley, Bromsgrove, Bromyard, Buckfastleigh, Buckland, Bude, Budleigh Salterton, Bures, Burford, Burnham, Burnham Market, Burnham-on-Sea, Burnley, Burton-on-Trent, Bury, Bury St Edmunds, Buxton, Camberley, Cambridge, Camden, Canning Town, Canterbury, Carlisle, Castel, Castle Ashby, Castle Combe, Castle Donington, Catford, Cattistock, Chaddesley Corbett, Charlbury, Charlwood, Chatham, Cheadle, Cheddar, Chelmsford, Chelsea, Cheltenham, Cheshunt, Chester, Chesterfield, Chichester, Chiddingly, Chinnor, Chippenham, Chipping Campden, Chipping Norton, Chiswick, Chorley, Christchurch, Church Stretton, Cirencester, City of London, Clacton-on-Sea, Clapham, Clerkenwell, Clifton-Without, Clitheroe, Clovelly, Clun, Coalville, Cockermouth, Colchester, Coleshill, Commondale, Coniston, Corby, Corfe Castle, Cornhill on Tweed, Cotswolds, Coulsdon, Covent Garden, Coventry, Crackington Haven, Crawley, Crawley Down, Crewe, Crewkerne, Cricklewood, Cromer, Crosthwaite, Crowthorne, Croyde, Croydon, Cuckfield, Danby, Darlington, Dartford, Dartmoor, Dartmouth, Daventry, Dawlish, Deal, Deddington, Denton, Derby, Dereham, Devizes, Devon, Dewsbury, Didcot, Diss, Ditchling, Docklands, Doncaster, Dorchester-on-Thames, Dorchester, Dorking, Dorsington, Douglas, Dover, Downham Market, Droitwich, Droitwich Spa, Dudley, Dukinfield, Dulverton, Dumbleton, Dunmow, Dunstable, Dunster, Durham, Duxford, Dymchurch, Ealing, Earls Court, East Cottingwith, East Grinstead, East Horsley, East Molesey, Eastbourne, Eastleigh, Eccles, Edenbridge, Egham, Ellesmere Port, Ellington, Enfield, Epping, Eskdale, Euston, Evesham, Ewloe, Exeter, Exmouth, Fakenham, Falmouth, Faringdon, Farnborough, Farnham, Faversham, Fawkham, Felixstowe, Ferndown, Finchley, Fleet, Folkestone, Fordingbridge, Forest 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FAQs

Can I make my own ice luge? ›

Although ice luge kits whose cost range from $20 to $200 based on size and quality are available online, you can also create one yourself by freezing the ice briefly and carving one or two alcohol pathways.

What do you pour down an ice luge? ›

Which Drinks Can You Use With Luges? Any alcoholic or non-alcoholic drink will work perfectly well, but most people prefer vodka and tequila ice luges. If you are into other drinks, maybe Sambuca or absinthe, you will still have fun drinking them from a luge.

How long does a vodka luge last? ›

Generally, vodka luges can last up to 8 hours once situated, but it is important to note that the bigger the sculpture, the longer it will last.

How long do ice sculptures last? ›

At room temperature, an ice sculpture should last over 12 hours, with the finer details becoming less distinguishable in the first 4 hours. However, placing the sculpture in the coldest area of the event and setting it up at the last possible minute will allow it to last as long as possible.

How long does it take to freeze an ice luge? ›

Generally it takes at least 48 hours to properly freeze and prepare an Ice Lugez. Please see instructions. NOTE: The longer the periods of freezing between first fill, second fill, and use produces a better ice mold. Also note that using distilled water will produce cleaner ice.

How long does an ice luge last? ›

Fun Size Ice Luge can last up to 4-6 hours if put in the right conditions. Time will vary on exposure to certain elements such as, direct sunlight, wind, fans, heat, and direct contact.

Are ice luges sanitary? ›

Are vodka ice luges sanitary? Ice luges are sanitary as long as the tubes and funnels that are used to transport the alcohol are cleaned before use. Drinkers can choose to simply pour the alcohol into shot glasses using the luge or can drink straight from the end of the luge.

How heavy is an ice luge? ›

It varies but the standard ice luge weights about 85 pounds.

What is a vodka luge? ›

What is a vodka luge? Well, an ice sculpture, with a hole drilled in the top that exits out the side of the ice sculpture. It is set to be THE must-have party accessory and the best way to add the frozen fun factor to any event!

Why do ice sculptures not melt? ›

Ice sculpture or ice walls may be stopped from melting by placing and keeping vertical voids in the ice sculpture or ice wall filled with the same type of tiny dry ice pellets used to make ice walls by the Icecrete process previously called Cryocrete in a 2014 U.S. provisional patent.

How do you transport an ice sculpture? ›

First, the carving is bagged and the bag tied off. Next, a sleeping bag is wrapped or zipped completely around the carving and taped or secured with plastic wrap, bungee cords, or giant rubber bands if necessary. Finally, the wrapped carving is bagged again.

How do ice luges not melt? ›

Your luge will melt faster if you place it close to the central heating system, near a window/door, or in a poorly ventilated room. Always keep it in a cool room or next to a cooling unit. Placing several bags of ice at the base of the luge will help maintain its temperature at the lowest.

How much does it cost to get a sculpture of yourself? ›

For $300, You Can Buy a Stunning 3-D Printed Version of Yourself.

How much does a sculpture cost? ›

The price range of a custom sculpture starts at $1,000 and can go as high as $500,000. Let's dig a little bit deeper into the various components that go into the cost of a custom sculpture.

How long does it take to do ice sculpture? ›

Most demonstrations are 2-3 hours long.

What kind of water is used for ice sculptures? ›

Carving experts typically favor pure, clean water that makes for the smoothest, clearest ice.

How are ice sculptures so clear? ›

Carving Frozen Sculptures from 300lbs of Crystal Clear Ice - YouTube

What type of ice is used for ice sculptures? ›

A clear ice, devoid of impurities, is ideal for carving. Blocks of ice must be carefully selected based on the type of sculpture the artist wishes to make. Ideally, dyes can be added to make colored blocks for special purposes.

How do you make a luge drink? ›

One person stands at the top of the luge and pours in a shot while the imbiber squats, sits or lies down at the bottom of the luge to drink up. The idea is simple: Pouring a shot down a curvy bed of ice makes it super cold and delicious by the time it journeys to your mouth.

How long does it take for ice to temper? ›

As a general rule, I wait to cut into the ice until it has tempered for at least 30 minutes. To carve craft ice, you'll need a large serrated knife, an ice pick, a mallet, a large cutting board, a sharp paring knife and a linen.

What is the best temperature for ice carving? ›

SOMETIMES the melting comes fast, making for a critical interplay of weather and the art of ice sculpturing. "On cold days, they make sculptures that are more intricate and elegant," Mr. Zehnder explained. "On the hotter days, they have to be more solid." The ideal temperature is 15 to 25 degrees.

What is ice luge drinking? ›

Simply put, an ice luge is a block of ice that's been meticulously carved to create a channel used for pouring drinks. This 'ice channel' starts at a height (much like an actual luge) and uses gravity to transfer liquid into a drinking vessel (or straight into your mouth!) held at the end of the luge.

How do you pronounce ice luge? ›

How to Pronounce Luge? (CORRECTLY) - YouTube

Who invented the ice luge? ›

Luge sleds were invented by the vikings. They were designed to slide down the sides of mountains in Olsofjord. The first luge races were took place about 800 AD.

How much do ice sculptures weigh? ›

How much does an ice sculpture weigh? A one-block ice sculpture can range from 150–250 pounds. The average weight of a two-block ice sculpture is 300–500 pounds.

What is a beer luge? ›

Simply put, an ice luge is a block of ice that's been meticulously carved to create a channel used for pouring drinks. This 'ice channel' starts at a height (much like an actual luge) and uses gravity to transfer liquid into a drinking vessel (or straight into your mouth!)

What is ice sludge? ›

This is water that is in an early stage of freezing and has not yet become solid. The sea surface becomes thick and soupy and sometimes greasy in appearance. Sludge depth is usually not more than 12 inches / 30 cm.

How do you make a vodka luge? ›

DIY Vodka Luge - YouTube

How do you use an ice luge? ›

Party Ice Luge Reusable Mold Kit Review - YouTube

How did ice luge start? ›

The first recorded sled races took place in Norway sometime during the 15th century. The sport of luge, like the skeleton and the bobsleigh, originated in the health-spa town of St Moritz, Switzerland, in the mid-to-late 19th century, through the endeavours of hotel entrepreneur Caspar Badrutt.

What's the point of ice sculptures? ›

Ice sculptures are typically used in entertaining, both as decorative statues and as functional display pieces, and, ice sculpting often goes hand in hand with fruit and vegetable carving.

How do they carve ice sculptures? ›

How It's Made, Ice Sculptures. - YouTube

How do people make ice sculptures? ›

10 Levels of Ice Sculpture: Easy to Complex | WIRED - YouTube

How do you carve a snow sculpture? ›

How to Make a Snow Sculpture - YouTube

How long does it take for ice block to melt? ›

Temperature is not the worst enemy of ice but it plays a big role. A single block sculpture will last about 5-7 hours in 85 degrees, 6-8 hours in 72 degrees, 12 or more hours in 50 degrees.

What is the best temperature for ice carving in Fahrenheit? ›

Points to be kept in mind

 The optimum temperature for ice carving is 28° F or less. An ice block will melt at the rate of half to an inch per hour at room temperature.  Such ice carvings must have a base that is at least 6 inches high, for stability.

How do artists in Harbin make ice sculptures? ›

How do artists in Harbin make ice sculptures? First, workers obtain the materials — ice blocks from the Songhua River. Then, the ice blocks are transported to the venue and stuck together to form large shapes of the desired dimensions.

Can you get a wax figure of yourself? ›

The perfect gift for someone who has everything, is to give them themselves... or atleast a wax replica. For $27,000, you can get a custom Madam Tussauds wax sculpture made of yourself.

Who makes statues of people? ›

Sculptor definition. Frequency: One who produces sculptural artwork. A person, esp.

How long does it take to sculpt a statue? ›

It usually takes me about four to six weeks to construct, sculpt and refine a life-sized sculpture. If my exhibition schedule allows, I usually let them dry very slowly for six to eight weeks.

How expensive is bronze casting? ›

The process, from the creation of the mould to the casting until the patinating and finishing touches, requires several labourers. Bronze sculptures also take months to get done depending on how complicated and large it is. So if you want one made, be ready to spend around $10,000 to $100,000.

How much does a human sized statue weight? ›

Statues: That life-sized statue of a 200# man is 130# in wood, 600# in stone, 2000# in iron, and 4000# in gold.

How much does a wax statue cost? ›

Silicon and wax Sculpture at Rs 150000/number | Sillicon potrait in New Delhi | ID: 21646000855.

How long does a block of ice last? ›

While dry ice stored in these coolers can last up to 18-24 hours, water ice ideally retains 12-24 hours. Smaller styrofoam coolers cannot hold much ice and have low insulating capabilities.

What are ice sculptures made of? ›

Not surprisingly, an ice sculpture requires ice, which is made from water. Sculptors often prefer very clean water that offers a clear and crystal-like result on the finished sculpture.

How do you make an ice luge stand? ›

  1. Purchase a large block of ice from a dealer or a wholesale. ...
  2. Make your own ice block if you prefer to save money. ...
  3. Cut the block at a 30 to 45 degree angle with a chain saw. ...
  4. Use a magic marker and draw winding lines down the block. ...
  5. Use an ice chipper, a spoon or another sharp carving utensil to carve out the lines.

How are ice luges made? ›

How It's Made, Ice Sculptures. - YouTube

How long does it take for ice to temper? ›

As a general rule, I wait to cut into the ice until it has tempered for at least 30 minutes. To carve craft ice, you'll need a large serrated knife, an ice pick, a mallet, a large cutting board, a sharp paring knife and a linen.

How do you make a luge drink? ›

One person stands at the top of the luge and pours in a shot while the imbiber squats, sits or lies down at the bottom of the luge to drink up. The idea is simple: Pouring a shot down a curvy bed of ice makes it super cold and delicious by the time it journeys to your mouth.

Are ice luges sanitary? ›

Are vodka ice luges sanitary? Ice luges are sanitary as long as the tubes and funnels that are used to transport the alcohol are cleaned before use. Drinkers can choose to simply pour the alcohol into shot glasses using the luge or can drink straight from the end of the luge.

How does an ice luge work? ›

Simply put, an ice luge is a block of ice that's been meticulously carved to create a channel used for pouring drinks. This 'ice channel' starts at a height (much like an actual luge) and uses gravity to transfer liquid into a drinking vessel (or straight into your mouth!) held at the end of the luge.

How do ice sculptures stay frozen? ›

Ice sculpture or ice walls may be stopped from melting by placing and keeping vertical voids in the ice sculpture or ice wall filled with the same type of tiny dry ice pellets used to make ice walls by the Icecrete process previously called Cryocrete in a 2014 U.S. provisional patent.

What kind of water is used for ice sculptures? ›

Carving experts typically favor pure, clean water that makes for the smoothest, clearest ice.

How is ice sculpture ice so clear? ›

Carving Frozen Sculptures from 300lbs of Crystal Clear Ice - YouTube

Does boiling water make clear ice? ›

Boiling water does not make clear ice. It may make ice a little bit clearer than without, but it makes no significant difference compared to using directional freezing.” There are two methods of directional freezing to try at home—one more involved than the other, but both equally as effective.

Does distilled water make clear ice? ›

Distilled water will give you slightly more clear ice, but any clean water should work. Put it in the freezer, leaving the lid off or removed.

How do you cut ice without cracking it? ›

Store the ice: Store the ice in the freezer in a closed container. Before using the ice in a drink, allow the ice cube to sit at room temperature to temper it for 2 minutes to prevent cracking. Tempering the ice also allows the outer layer (and any freezer burn) to melt off of the ice.

What is ice sludge? ›

This is water that is in an early stage of freezing and has not yet become solid. The sea surface becomes thick and soupy and sometimes greasy in appearance. Sludge depth is usually not more than 12 inches / 30 cm.

How do you drink an ice luge? ›

Typically liquor, such as vodka, is poured into a channel at the top of the luge and dispensed at the bottom of the channel, either into the mouth of a participant or a glass. There is a possibility that vodka may be diluted with water when ice luges are used (along with other beverages).

How do you use a travel ice luge? ›

Party Ice Luge Reusable Mold Kit Review - YouTube

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