This is a somewhat rare find - this is a collection of Remy Martin Louis XIII Cognac pieces that includes a rare, never opened, fully sealed bottle whose contents has completely evaporated. In doing so, the evaporation has created a true cognac colored hue to the bottle as the evaporation covers the interior surface quite completely - upon close inspection, there are some'curls' in the texture of the evaporation where you can see through.It has the unusual effect of at a slight distance, giving the bottle the appearance of actually being full! You can see in the photos provided that the seal is still in tact, with the hanging pull tag still under the original wax metal foil seal cap. The new owner may keep it as is and display it, or choose to open the bottle, rinse the interior, and fill it with his or her favourite cognac or liquor. The set includes the original display case storage box that has cream coloured satin fabric lining over a molded base that allows the stopper and bottle to fit snugly into place. The set also includes the original Remy Martin hard cover booklet, numbered and matching. The beautiful Remy Martin Louis XIII decanter bottle is made from fine French Baccarat crystal and is marked extensively and numbered on the bottom. Also included is the iconic and instantly recognisable, fine French Baccarat crystal Fleur de Lis form bottle stopper that can be used with the decanter, after the original sealing cap is removed. The stopper is matching numbers, and is etch marked on the bottom. All pieces are in very good, original condition - no chips or cracks to any of the glass pieces and the case and booklet are in very good condition with only some very light'touch wear'. The item "Remy Martin Louis XIII Baccarat Crystal Cognac Decanter w.
Stopper Book & Case" is in sale since Tuesday, November 24, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Bottles & Insulators\Bottles\Modern (1900-Now)\Liquor".
The seller is "thejunkhousegoldminebykim" and is located in Dresden, Ontario. This item can be shipped to Canada, United States.