Porcelain Cognac Vide Poche

Porcelain dish advertising Denis-Mounie Grande Reserve Edouard VII Fine Champagne Cognac. Stamped A. Roussillon on the bottom.  Called a vide poche in French, it was originally used to catch loose change when emptying one's pockets.  May also have been used as an ashtray.

9" L X 6" W X 2" H

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