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To learn more or opt-out, read our Cookie Policy. I t can be a challenge for a person to go through life without seeing Kate Moss's breasts. But for those for whom a high-fashion photos and paparazzi snaps don't suffice, for those who literally want to get their mouths on Moss's assets, the London-based Restaurant 34 recently issued a champagne coupe modeled on the left one.

This collaboration installs Moss as the latest in a long line of women whose breasts have, according to legend, inspired the shape of a drinking vessel.

Hers may be the boobs du jour, but it's Marie Antoinette, teen queen of France from and , who is the possessor of the pert, perfect breasts most often cited as those from which the wide-mouthed, shallow-bowled champagne coupe takes its inspiration.

It's a good story. When cocktail banter runs its course and you're searching the room for something to comment on, it's useful to be able to look down at the glass in your hand and say, "Did you know that the champagne coupe is modeled after Marie Antoinette's breast?

Yalom is a senior scholar at Stanford's Clayman Institute for Gender Research, and the author of A History of the Breast , in which she elucidates both the power and prejudice women throughout time have experienced as a result of their chests.

Still, if you're going to tell the story about anyone, Marie Antoinette is a pretty good choice. The Austrian-born aristocrat married Louis XVI as a teenager in when the future king was merely a dauphin and became queen of France just four years later, all the while scandalizing her French subjects with her lavish excesses and pampered femininity.

But no evidence exists to support the notion that the queen's interests led her to offer her own anatomy as the model for a glass. Nor is there any proof to back up any of the many variations on the Marie Antoinette tale.

It is true that Claudia Schiffer loaned a stylized outline of her left breast to a Karl Lagerfeld-designed ceramic coupe for Dom Perignon in which, in its design, harkens back to Marie Antoinette's own bol sein , and that our hero Kate Moss did the same for a crystal coupe, but those supermodels were inspired by mythology, tittles of historical apocrypha.

The women the champagne coupe origin stories are ascribed to are themselves tied together with certain common threads.

They all were lovers of powerful men, and primarily defined by those associations. As with most rumors, the speculation about these women's roles as drinking-vessel models which was rampant—an English-language account of Madame du Barry's journals published in her lifetime mentions that the rumor "profoundly scandalized the palace's residents and regular visitors" wasn't merely innocuous chatter from spiteful ladies-in-waiting and scornful subjects.

Rather, it was—and still is—a way to assert that these women of stature never become anything more than their bodies. Whether in a dishy rumor or a revered myth, the story of the breast-based coupe still serves as a way to keep women under glass.

O n the rare occasions that a bottle is popped when I'm around—I don't generally run with a champagne-swilling crowd—I certainly don't drink from a coupe.

The round, shallow glass fell out of favor in the s, as discerning drinkers became more finicky about preserving the effervescence of of sparkling wine: a flute's tall, narrow trumpet preserves carbonation better than a stemmed bowl.

In fact, discerning champagne drinkers are lately abandoning the flute entirely; instead, they prefer the way a tuliped white wine glass enhances the liquid's carbonation and aroma.

Peter Liem, publisher of ChampagneGuide. Those glasses have gone to the cocktail world. Modern idioms aren't doing us any favors in eliminating specious cocktail anecdotes from this earth, either: We measure our breasts in cups.

We pour ourselves into dresses. Men drink us in, tall glasses that we are. We spill our secrets and intoxicate with our wit. This parlance is often obtuse, but what it conveys is clear as crystal: whatever pockets of fluid and fatty tissue comprise the female body are liminal and liquid, and they are for others' consumption.

Especially our jugs. The link between breast and drink is a direct one. It predates Marie Antoinette's arrival at Versailles, far foreruns prints of Grace Kelly's L'Instant Taittinger poster and the dubious air of sophistication it lends to freshman dorm rooms, and certainly goes farther back than the Arizona Iced Tea "I Love Big Cans" signs papering delis and corner stores nationwide.

Together, and for thousands of years, human ritual, language, and biology have worked to position women not as people, but as vessels to sustain—and invigorate—male lives.

Breast milk, the substance that still prompts spirited discussions among everyone from medievalists who debate its once-presumed mythical powers to mommy bloggers who debate everything , is almost certainly the primary reason breasts and drinking are so yoked in our minds.

Breast milk in legend made men literally drunk with power. In Egyptian mythology, baby-kings nurse on the mother-goddess Isis's immortality-conferring teats and transform into omnipotent pharaohs.

In Greek lore, Hercules, understanding he could live forever by drinking the breast milk of a goddess, suckles from Hera without asking and lifts his head from her bosom as a true god.

Angered, Hera tears her breast away from his thirsty mouth, leading to a splattering of droplets which become the stars in our Milky Way.

In the founding story of Rome, the city is established by Romulus and Remus, a pair of febrile, water-logged twins who manage to survive thanks to a maternal she-wolf and her milk-filled teat.

In the Middle Ages, breast milk continued to be representative of the ways in which a woman's breasts could confer power.

In antiquity, a temple on the island of Rhodes displayed a goblet believed to have been modeled on the breasts of Helen of Troy by her paramour Paris.

Although the modern fashion is more for the tall, thin and very un-breast-like champagne flutes. There is no evidence at all that this is true of Marie-Antoinette, although the Queen did have a passion for bubbly.

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Share Selection. In fact, discerning champagne drinkers are lately abandoning the flute entirely; instead, they prefer the way a tuliped white wine glass enhances the liquid's carbonation and aroma.

Peter Liem, publisher of ChampagneGuide. Those glasses have gone to the cocktail world. Modern idioms aren't doing us any favors in eliminating specious cocktail anecdotes from this earth, either: We measure our breasts in cups.

We pour ourselves into dresses. Men drink us in, tall glasses that we are. We spill our secrets and intoxicate with our wit.

This parlance is often obtuse, but what it conveys is clear as crystal: whatever pockets of fluid and fatty tissue comprise the female body are liminal and liquid, and they are for others' consumption.

Especially our jugs. The link between breast and drink is a direct one. It predates Marie Antoinette's arrival at Versailles, far foreruns prints of Grace Kelly's L'Instant Taittinger poster and the dubious air of sophistication it lends to freshman dorm rooms, and certainly goes farther back than the Arizona Iced Tea "I Love Big Cans" signs papering delis and corner stores nationwide.

Together, and for thousands of years, human ritual, language, and biology have worked to position women not as people, but as vessels to sustain—and invigorate—male lives.

Breast milk, the substance that still prompts spirited discussions among everyone from medievalists who debate its once-presumed mythical powers to mommy bloggers who debate everything , is almost certainly the primary reason breasts and drinking are so yoked in our minds.

Breast milk in legend made men literally drunk with power. In Egyptian mythology, baby-kings nurse on the mother-goddess Isis's immortality-conferring teats and transform into omnipotent pharaohs.

In Greek lore, Hercules, understanding he could live forever by drinking the breast milk of a goddess, suckles from Hera without asking and lifts his head from her bosom as a true god.

Angered, Hera tears her breast away from his thirsty mouth, leading to a splattering of droplets which become the stars in our Milky Way. In the founding story of Rome, the city is established by Romulus and Remus, a pair of febrile, water-logged twins who manage to survive thanks to a maternal she-wolf and her milk-filled teat.

In the Middle Ages, breast milk continued to be representative of the ways in which a woman's breasts could confer power.

There are plenty of stories of a woman's breast making human weakness disappear: one volume from the mid-fifteenth century, Tristan de Nanteuil , tells a tale of a mother struggling to breastfeed her baby boy until she prays to God and the Virgin Mary.

Her prayers are answered and her cups ran over so much, the milk almost fills a boat. Writes Yalom in A History of the Breast , "Narratives like this one, fabricated from a weave of realistic and miraculous threads, offered models of devoted mothers who had themselves internalized the lessons of the Virgin Mary.

Milk was seen as both a material and spiritual form of nourishment. Mary's milk was considered comparable to the blood of her son Jesus in its holiness, facilitating miracles as it did in Tristan de Nanteuil : Emperor Charlemagne purportedly wore an amulet containing three drops of the Virgin's breast milk whenever he rode into battle; twelfth-century abbot Saint Bernard of Clairveaux was reportedly cured of illness when a drop of Mary's milk fell onto his lips it's referred to, confusingly, as "the lactation of St.

Bernard" ; churches all over Europe claim to have vials of her milk among the other sacred objects in their reliquaries; and in Bethlehem, women praying for fertility still pay pilgrimage to the Milk Grotto, a chapel where Mary purportedly spilled a droplet while breastfeeding Jesus, which upon hitting the floor immediately turned the space pure white.

Taking breasts from vessels for milk to bearers of alcohol is not a small leap, but its trajectory is logical. The connection between the breast and spirits was evident in classical Greek antiquity.

For one, there's the mastos , an ancient Greek wine vessel shaped conically like a woman's breast, nipple and all, which popped up as early as the fifth century BCE.

With its double handles and black-figure drawings depicting myths, it was usually incorporated into rites involving deities whose roles had to do with fertility or breastfeeding, including the worship of the thirsty god-bro Hercules himself.

Vessel worship wasn't always tied to fertility; sometimes it came from a place of straight-up lust. But vessel worship wasn't always tied to fertility; sometimes it came from a place of straight-up lust.

Helen of Troy has an outsized role in the history of libations: Homer credits her as the first person to suggest serving wine before a meal, and she soothed an entire troop of Trojan War-addled veterans with a signature opium cocktail in the fourth book of the Odyssey.

But the woman didn't just pass out goblets; she was purportedly also the model for one. According to Pliny the Elder's Natural History, written in the first century CE, Helen lent the dimensions of her breast to a goblet on display for pilgrims at the Temple of Athena at Lindus on Rhodes.

Those legends celebrate breasts for their ability to turn boys into men and men into gods, but the actual breasts as interpreted by sculpture and renderings of myth do not appear to have done much breast-feeding at all.

In the Western canon, it seems, women's breasts are well represented when they're employed as vessels for making men physically stronger.

But if they're not, then they'd better be creamy white, round, and perky—not so different from the standards we hold so-called "perfect" breasts up to today, as reiterated on TV, in movies, and on magazine covers, inherent racial and class biases and all.

Ah, the non-sexy story. The real one. It turns out that the origin story of the particular flat, round shape of a champagne coupe lacks a certain je ne sais quois —the tale, in the end, isn't even French.

It does have its charms, though: there's a rivalry that spanned the English Channel, an ahead-of-its-time concern for non-renewable resources, and a very real possibility of lead poisoning.

France and England discovered sparkling wine nearly simultaneously in the early seventeenth century; the fermentation-induced carbonation was a result of a series of particularly cold winters.

For the French, whose Champagne region had produced still wine for centuries, having bubbles in the wine was an undesirable side effect.

The English, on the other hand, loved it, bringing the effervescent liquid to prominence through intention and recipe. By the mids the English had settled on a reliable-enough recipe for replicating the accidental fermented sparkle in early British carbonated wine—early records point to adding sugar and molasses to a base wine of grapes and sending the mixture through two rounds of alcoholic fermentation—and shortly thereafter the French realized what a drink the Brits had on their hands.

According to Liem, the champagne expert, wine connoisseurs in France had considered the sparkling spirit primarily a drink for prostitutes until the upper classes cottoned on to how appreciated the drink was across the English Channel.

The cause was helped by Louis XIV—king of France from until , noted hoarder of luxury goods, and the man who would be Marie Antoinette's grandfather-in-law—who stamped his seal of approval on the beverage by drinking bottles upon bottles of champagne all day and all night.

Still, the most important element in the advancement of sparkling wine's status wasn't the drink's recipe, but the glass itself.

As a result of a decree from King James I that banned inefficient wood-burning ovens, British citizens were forced to use hotter-burning fuels like coal, which ushered in an era of sturdier glass.

Higher oven temperatures allowed for the creation of bottles with the structural integrity to withstand the pressure of effervescent liquids without exploding—until this time, a dangerous and common occurrence when storing fermentation-carbonated alcohol in a vessel made of weaker glass.

By , George Ravenscroft, a British glass importer, was commercially fortifying wine glasses with lead oxide, creating sparklier, heavier, more affordable glass cups, and by the end of the seventeenth century, the aristocracy and merchant class were drinking almost exclusively from lead crystal vessels.

As for the coupe itself, which rose to prominence as sparkling wine did, it was the modified offshoot of a glassware look that worked for the cider and ale goblets that pleased aristocrats aesthetically.

The commercial advancement of lead-fortified glass gave cups a brilliant luster, but also a substantial heft. As a result of the fortified glass's heaviness, glassblowers shortened stems and widened bowls on conventional goblets.

The bowl of the coupe—designed specifically for drinking sparkling wine—was a smaller than that of its cider and ale counterparts because the liquid itself was more expensive and had a higher percentage of alcohol, and as such was consumed in smaller servings.

Breasts don't explicitly come into play, but considering that a preoccupation with women's bodies has always been a constant, it is nevertheless entirely possible the original fortifiers of coupes had them on the mind.

Champagne is no longer even obliquely considered a drink just for prostitutes, but despite the Sun King's favor, its stigma remains feminine even today.

C hampagne is a celebratory drink, the sort of frothy, bottle-spraying beverage associated with the unruly females who, though they may possess the manners associated with a privileged upbringing, might be known to pop out a breast for entertainment from time to time.

Today, a wild-child socialite like Kate Moss; two hundred years ago, someone like Marie Antoinette. The adventurous natures of the women whose names others lend to the champagne coupe myth speaks to how boob-coupe culture past has spawned low-culture novelty items present.

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