This is a quirky vintage white porcelain bottle or decorative carafe.
It was made in the late 1950s or early 1960s in Spain, with all the names of spirits that you might need are inscribed on the front of the bottle in black and red lettering.
The words which appear on the bottle are as follows: Gin; Whisky; Vodka, Jerez, Brandy, and Kirsch.
The tear-drop shape is just lovely with an oval aperture in the side which also acts as a handle.
The stopper is again a modernist shape: like a fan with a slight curve to it, and with bright gold gilt to the base of the stopper.
With no damages.
A lovely large height measuring 13 1/4 inches.
This bottle is very rare - and I have never seen another quite like it, and it would look just fabulous on display on your mid-century cocktail bar.
I do have another bottle in my Iconic Edinburgh Online store - which is of identical shape but with a much different hand-painted Picasso inspired decoration on it.
Of course, postal discounts would apply if you would like both bottles.