Several pieces can be found dealing with serving ice.
This piece, the Ice Scoop, is available in most patterns today. Like in some other pieces beware of "Custom" pieces (in that they have been reworked by others and are not authentic pieces by the original manufacturer). You can check the list of all original pieces in a pattern to see what pieces were offered (at any time). They will (usually) include on the list discontinued pieces.
(Ice Scoop shown in French Regency by Wallace)
Ice Tongs are used for serving ice cubes and can be very ornate as shown here. They are still found in many patterns today.
(Ice Tongs Shown in Georgian by Towle)
My guess is that prior to the "scoop", the Ice Spoon with its pierced bowl, was used to serve ice. The pieces you can find are rare and in very old patterns.
(Ice Spoon shown in Francis I by Reed & Barton)