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
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...
Louis Philippe period chestnut rafraichissoir or champagne table with original metal ice buckets, c. 1830-1848. 27.5" H X 17.5" Square