Wine Seller's Cellar 1
The Wine Seller's Cellar 2
The Wine Seller's Cellar 2
G1. The Charge of The Flower Bottle Brigade Champagne Cork Box. This box is larger than the other boxes of this group; 1 3/8 inches in diameter and 2 1/2 inches tall. This is a champagne cork painted with some of the garcons from the Buffet painting and several bunches of grapes still on the vine. The cork is held in place by a twisted wire frame that usually holds the cork into a real bottle of champagne. On top of the cork is a Flower champagne bottle. When you open the box, inside is a dimensional and removable bottle of champagne and a tiny champagne glass, painted. Retail: About $235.00. Our price: $212.90.
G2. The Charge of The Flower Bottle Brigade Match Box. An amusing box done on a dark brown ground with a parade of garcons, waiters, circling the box, each carrying a bottle of champagne, a tray and glasses. All of them dressed in exactly the same uniform and together looking a bit like a parade of penguins. Waiters are a hugely important part of the restaurant business in Paris. They stay with the same restaurant for years and years, know all of the patrons and all of the regulars, of which there are many, know them. They are an integral part of the restaurant because it is they who establish the atmosphere in the brasserie. This simple little box is really quite a work of art. The painting is marvelous and very much like the original Buffet. Inside a champagne glass, painted, and the clasp a French bow. Retail: About $185.00. Our price: $166.90.
H. Recently I discovered a new wine shop that had fabulous sacks that they used for their wines. So fabulous that I bought two bottles of Bordeaux and Champagne that I needed not at all but I couldnt resist because the wine carriers were so great. What do you think?
I. The Champagne Brut and Beluga Box. An interesting thing about this box: a number of people have seen it sitting on my desk in the last few days and to a person they have remarked on what a beautiful box it is! And, it is!! A stand out for elegance and filled with detail! A handled gallery tray in gold and white porcelain, the gallery in gold metal, and on the tray a silver Champagne Cooler with a bottle of Champagne at the ready in it. Resting on the Cooler, a folded white napkin, in porcelain, for the proper serving of the Champagne. Adjacent to the Cooler a pair of Champagne stems and a silver bowl heaped high with Beluga, the King of Caviars. Possibly the finest box we have ever had in this genre. Retail: About $411.00. Our price: $370.90. This was the first box I ordered at the Gift Show.
J. The Wine Dispensing
Table Box. A convenient spot from which to serve your wines, this small table
stores 4 bottles of wine, has several drawers
for the accoutrements needed to do this and on the table top is a handsome
wine holder that displays the wine being served. Next to it, the corkscrew
you will use. The table top display is dimensional and the wine bottle
is removable.There is nothing inside and the clasp is unimportant to
the box. The wine displayed is Medoc 1997. Retail: $199.00. Our price:
$179.90. A Votre Santé! NEW
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