Porcelain dish advertising Denis-Mounie Grande Reserve Edouard VII Fine Champagne Cognac. Stamped A. Roussillon on 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 " 2" H
Very large corkscrew made from a long section of grapevine. 23.5" L
Artisan-made wine server with wine racks and winding staircase, c. 1970. Made by a Compagnon de la France. 69.5" H X 20" Diameter
Zinc bottle carrier for four bottles, c. 1900. Originally used to carry wine up from the wine cellar. 12.5" H X 8" Square
Silver plate stand for champagne bucket used in a restaurant for serving champagne or chilled wine at the table. Removable silver tray in the bottom keeps the bucket level. Bucket...