Pair of silver and cut glass claret jugs by Tétard Frères

By Tétard Frères (French, founded 1880)


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The jugs feature ovoid glass bodies, which are finely cut with diamond patterns. They stand on silver stems, set on circular feet. The jugs’ stems, middles and upper bodies are encircled by silver bands, featuring openwork stylised anthemion motifs. Each jug is fitted with an elongated silver neck, with a spout in the shape of an eagle’s head. These lids are mounted with silver geometric handles, which terminate in leafy scrolls. The jugs' interiors are gilt, and they are covered by hinged lids, topped by pinecone finials. 

Both jugs are fully hallmarked and bear the maker’s mark of Tétard Frères. The Tétard Frères company was directed by the brothers Henri, Jacques and Georges Tétard, who had inherited the firm from their father, Edmond Tétard. Under the three brothers, the company became famous for its finely crafted Art Deco style silverware. Tétard items were popular with the social elite of France in the early 20th Century, and they continue to be considered highly collectable today.


Artist / Maker
By Tétard Frères (French, founded 1880)
Country of Origin
Date of Manufacture
Early 20th Century
Early 20th Century
Art Deco, Neoclassical
Cut Glass, Glass, Silver
Clear, Silver


30 cm / 11.8 inches
14 cm / 5.5 inches
11 cm / 4.3 inches


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