Lovely pair of vintage champagne coupes with delicate laurel garland etching. The bowl is rounder and deeper, more in the style of a champagne goblet - they would also work beautifully for a martini or other strained cocktail. I spent hours researching, trying to match the pattern, but to no avail. There are some very similar designs online that are described as Baroque, Belle Epoque, English traditional antiques. They definitely have an old-world, antique vibe to them, while not super fragile and with a nice weight to them. Excellent Condition. As seen in the photos, the coupe was used in the wedding scene in the 1969 James Bond film "On Her Majesty's Secret Service, starring George Lazenby & Diana Rigg, as well as in the non-franchise 1967 spoof film, "Casino Royale", starring David Niven, Ursula Andress & Jacqueline Bisset.
Measurements: Height 5.5" / Rim Diameter 3.25" / Bowl depth 2" / Base Diameter 2 7/8"
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