Beautiful Vintage Mucha Moët and Chandon champagne porcelain plaque sign. This stunning art nouveau glamorous piece features a stylish lady with a flowing yellow dress and a pattern shoal.
Beautiful Vintage Mucha Moët and Chandon champagne porcelain plaque sign. This stunning art nouveau glamorous piece features a stylish lady with a flowing yellow dress and a pattern shoal.
Beautiful Vintage Mucha Moët and Chandon champagne porcelain plaque sign. This stunning art nouveau glamorous piece features a stylish lady with a flowing yellow dress and a pattern shoal.
Beautiful Vintage Mucha Moët and Chandon champagne porcelain plaque sign. This stunning art nouveau glamorous piece features a stylish lady with a flowing yellow dress and a pattern shoal.
Beautiful Vintage Mucha Moët and Chandon champagne porcelain plaque sign. This stunning art nouveau glamorous piece features a stylish lady with a flowing yellow dress and a pattern shoal.
Beautiful Vintage Mucha Moët and Chandon champagne porcelain plaque sign. This stunning art nouveau glamorous piece features a stylish lady with a flowing yellow dress and a pattern shoal.
Beautiful Vintage Mucha Moët and Chandon champagne porcelain plaque sign. This stunning art nouveau glamorous piece features a stylish lady with a flowing yellow dress and a pattern shoal.
Beautiful Vintage Mucha Moët and Chandon champagne porcelain plaque sign. This stunning art nouveau glamorous piece features a stylish lady with a flowing yellow dress and a pattern shoal.
Glamorous Mucha Vintage Moët and Chandon, art nouveau, champagne plaque, ceramic ornaments, advertising sign, retro collectible wine piece
Beautiful Vintage Mucha Moët and Chandon champagne porcelain plaque sign. This stunning art nouveau glamorous piece features a stylish lady with a flowing yellow dress and a pattern shoal.

Glamorous Mucha Vintage Moët and Chandon, art nouveau, champagne plaque, ceramic ornaments, advertising sign, retro collectible wine piece

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Beautiful Vintage Mucha Moët and Chandon champagne porcelain plaque sign.

This stunning art nouveau glamorous piece features a stylish lady with a flowing yellow dress and a pattern shoal.

The background shows a superb intricate pattern with a vibrant assortment of stained glass windows, creating a lovely design.

The unique Mucha piece in a beautiful craftsmanship porcelain design featuring the famous Moët and Chandon wording.

It comes in an excellent vintage vivid condition, an elegant gift for the one you love.

Height: 31cm
Length: 11cm
Width: 1cm

Moët & Chandon Dry Imperial Champagne poster 1899 Alphonse Mucha

The French fine champagne house commissioned this beautiful, now famous Moët & Chandon Dry Imperial Champagne poster in 1899. The company regularly used the artistic talents of the Czech artist Alfons Maria Mucha, known internationally as Alphonse Mucha.

In this particular poster, Mucha has used a soft colour palette in brown, pink, white, and blue hues. The beautiful and elegant Byzantine-looking woman is depicted wearing a long, elaborately decorated pink dress and coordinating patterned robe. The robe pours out of the front of the geometric framework. Her flowing garments are the epitome of the Art Nouveau style. The soft pinks, creams, and peaches are a subtle play on the colours of the champagne the poster advertises. The young woman holds a champagne glass in her right hand and wears an intricate bracelet with a dangling ornament featuring a small bird.

In the background behind the woman is a circular, stained glass window resembling a halo around her head—a trademark of most of Mucha’s poster designs. There also seems to be a hint of a chair or perhaps even a throne with features of lion’s heads on the arms.

Despite being hugely influential on Art Nouveau at the start of the 1900s, Alfonse Mucha never associated himself with the movement. He disliked the term, arguing that art was eternal and could never be merely “nouveau.” He always insisted that his main inspiration came from Czech traditions rather than the doctrines of any particular school, following his sense of the essential spiritual purposes of art.