Champagne cabinet stores fifteen champagne bottles and glassware with famous artwork by Alphonse Mucha giclee-printed on canvas side panels The frame, top, and racks are solid New Zealand radiata pine with a hand stained and hand rubbed medium reddish brown finish, which is then protected with a lacquer coat and top coat. The art is giclee printed on canvas with three coats of UV inhibitor to protect against sunlight, extending the life of the art. Moet et Chandon is the producer of Dom Perignon. The canvas is then glued onto panels and inserted into the frames.
- The overall dimensions are 33” by 22” by 11.5”
- Net weight: 20 lbs.
- Three racks; each holds five bottles.
- Shelf, and stemware holder.
- Estimated assembly time: 20 minutes.
- Artist - Mucha
Mucha was "discovered" by Sarah Bernhardt in 1894 when she need a poster, on short notice, for a performance she was starring in. She was so impressed with his style and excellence, that she signed him up for a 6 year contract. Mucha saw a resurgence in interest in his art during the late 60's wherein his art was used to advertise love ins, be-ins, acid rock festivals, light show concerts, and other assorted goings on during the hippy phase of the late 60's and early 70's. His art actually has never lost favor and is still sought after for his posters and designs for jewelry, vases, cookware, and housing decor.
The Moet et Chandon label/poster was created for the famous makers, now, of Dom Perignon. At the time this was done, they had not started marketing Dom Perignon. Of interest to note, Costco is the largest seller of Dom Perignon in the world.