Limoges Centaur 70s/80s
Bottles are okay. Decanters are (sometimes) pretty neat. But you want to know what's a cool thing to store Fine Champagne Cognac in? Two words: Porcelain. Centaur. That's right, this is a Limoges Porcelain Centaur filled with Rémy Martin Fine Champagne Cognac. We believe this was produced in the late 1970s or early 1980s, and while the box has been scuffed quite a bit and the spear (yes, as if it wasn't awesome enough, the centaur is holding a spear just like in the Rémy Martin emblem) has some tarnishing, the porcelain centaur is in excellent condition. A stunning collectible.
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