Card Game Liquor Bottles, 1950s, France

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Card Game Liquor Bottles, 1950s, France

French card game liquor bottles from the 1950s. These porcelain revol bottles were made for the Distillerie Benoit Serres Toulouse France in 1952. They are in the shape of the red and black playing card symbols or pips: clubs, diamonds, hearts and spades. Each ceramic decanter wears a number: 456 – 457 – 458 and 459. These liquor carafes  or mignonnettes are in vintage condition due age like craquelé and some coloring in the porcelain.

Specifications Benoit Serres Toulouse Card Game Mignonnettes

Dimensions: L 12 x D 4 x H 14 cm
Origin: France
Period: 1952
Materials: Ceramic - Porcelain
Condition: Photos are part of the description

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