Originally parts of a 20th century French oak wine barrel, this pair of wine barrel heads have been repurposed into facades that are perfect wall-mounted accessories for a bar room. Both facades have been painted more recently with appellations and stylized label of a wine vineyard. The front head (which is recognized from the fill used to cover the spigot hole) has been painted in black “Vougeot Clos blanc 1957”, while the rear head reads “Chambertin Grand Cru 1956”. A coat of arms supported by two unicorns above branches and a banner can be seen at the top of each façade, above the lettering. Our pair of French oak wine barrel facades are comprised of aged wood that still contain sediments of the wine contained inside, making them charming additions to any bar area.
CONDITION: Strong condition to sections of an old wine barrel from the 1900’s. Minor age separations, rubs, and losses. A fill to the Clos blanc façade from where the spigot was originally inserted. Some old wine sediments can be seen on the backs, commensurate to age and use.