(Both these items are now sold).
I often sell vintage French wine carriers, either for six or four bottles, but have never seen one which carried ten bottles!
That's more like my size!
These gravy/sauce boats are such a good idea but I've never seen an equivalent in the UK.
There are two spouts, one with a flange, one without. One side has the letter M for Maigre, meaning lean, the other side has a G for Gras meaning fat. The French refer to these double spouted jugs as Gras-Maigres. Depending on which spout you pour from determines whether the fat is separated from the gravy or not. Clever!
I will leave you with a photo I took whilst walking on the beach on Sunday morning; it was just like Summer.
I almost forgot! If you fancy entering the giveaway on my daughter's blog you could win £100 worth of vouchers to spend at Boohoo (clothing). Wish I could enter!