3 beautiful light aqua bottles (now 2 available). I will pick one for you.
1. "Les Couronnes" with a wonderful texture covering the majority of the bottle. "Les Couronnes" was a famous French soda and limonade (bubbly lemonade) company in the 1920s. Their logo, which is on the front of the bottle and on the porcealin lid in orange red, is a double crown, "The Crowns".
2. "Paillet-Barreau, Boissons Gazeuses, Cavaillon" Cavaillon is a village in Provence. And Paillet-Barreau was a society Cavaillonnaise in the 1930s, whose director was a member of the club administrators, which ensured the supply of refreshment beverages and ice packs to all the swimmers at the famous Cavaillon Lake (which no longer exists).
3. "Brasserie Aveyronnaise, Jules Fabre, Limonade" with a wonderful texture covering the majority of the bottle. In the Averyon, this bottle was a lemon soda from a Brasserie run by Jules Fabre.
1. 11" height x 2 3/4" width, 50cl
2. 11 3/4" height x 2 7/8" width, 55cl
3. 12" height x 2 3/4" width, 50cl
Good vintage condition, the rubber stoppers are all cracking and very worn, some sticking to the bottles (can be cleaned), 1 crack on the Paillet-Barreau bottle rim, some tiny chips and scratches, some internal filming, some rust (see images)
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