Date Added: 01 January 2006
This is a large ladder built in a Cognac bottle. The ladder was built in this bottle at the time of bottling and had been filled with the liquor. The ladder is wider at the bottom than the top and has 7 large dowel rungs. Each rung has a smaller dowel end that goes into holes in the uprights. The bottle has labels on the top and bottom that show this ladder in the bottle full of Cognac. The label says: "Cognac A L'Echelle." The bottle has a red and white wrapper on the neck and it is sealed with a cork.
|Bottle Size:||14 1/4" x 3"||Year Made:||1950 - 1960's|
|Bottle Type:||Cognac Ch. Brulet Fils & C, Distillateurs|