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Moet Chandon Dom Perignon

RARE Set Pewter M Szekely Moet Chandon Dom Perignon Menu Holders NOS

RARE Set Pewter M Szekely Moet Chandon Dom Perignon Menu Holders NOS

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Rare Set of 10 Pewter & Brushed Steel Martin Szekely for Moet Chandon Dom Perignon Place Card / Menu Holders - New Old Stock - Made in France

 

Measurements: 2.99"T x 2.2"W x 1.9"D (7.59cm x 5.59cm x 4.83cm) Each

Box: 15"L x 3.25"H x 2.5"D (38.1cm x 8.26cm x 6.35cm)

Markings: Dom Perigon and Shield on sides Base/Bottom: M. Szekely Signature GFC

Weight:  8.5 oz. Each    Total Weight of set including box: 5.11 lbs.

Rare - new old stock - full set of Pewter and brushed steel Moet and Chandon Dom Perignon place card / menu holders. Thick and heavy construction, features the signature raised "Shield" logo on each side along with Dom Perignon and signed on the bases with French designer Martin Szekely's signature. Produced in limited quantities as a special promotional set and distributed in the late 1990's early 2000's. The place card / menu holders looked to be unused and in excellent condition, with little to no wear. I have removed them from their original tissue paper for pics but they will be re-wrapped. The box do have shelf and tape wear.   

Moët et Chandon began as Moët et Cie, established by Épernay wine trader Claude Moët in 1743 and began shipping his wine from Champagne to Paris. The reign of King Louis XV coincided with increased demand for sparkling wine. Soon after its foundation, and after son Claude-Louis joined Moët et Cie, the winery's clientele included nobles and aristocrats. In 1833, the company was renamed Moët et Chandon after Pierre-Gabriel Chandon de Briailles, Remy Moët's son-in-law, joined the company as a partner of Jean-Remy Moët, Claude Moët's grandson. Following the introduction of the concept of a vintage champagne in 1840, Moët marketed its first vintage in 1842. Their best-selling brand, Brut Imperial, was introduced in the 1860s. Their best known label, Dom Perignon, is named for the Benedictine monk remembered in legend as the "Father of Champagne". 

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