C1889

Treatment of Champagne at Reims. - One of the Endless Chains to Take up Basketfuls of Bottles and to Bring Down Empties.

Artist:

R. Taylor

The caves of Reims were originally carved out as quarries in the Early Middle Ages, these crayères, or chalk caves, are where Nicolas Ruinart, a Reims draper who founded the world’s first Champagne house, aged his wines. From the original … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

Treatment of Champagne at Reims. – One of the Endless Chains to Take up Basketfuls of Bottles and to Bring Down Empties.

Date:

C1889

Artist:

R. Taylor

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Hand coloured engraving.

Image Size: 

101mm 
x 146mm
AUTHENTICITY
Treatment of Champagne at Reims. - One of the Endless Chains to Take up Basketfuls of Bottles and to Bring Down Empties. - Antique Print from 1889

Genuine antique
dated:

1889

Description:

The caves of Reims were originally carved out as quarries in the Early Middle Ages, these crayères, or chalk caves, are where Nicolas Ruinart, a Reims draper who founded the world’s first Champagne house, aged his wines.

From the original edition of the Illustrated London News.

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