Charles Schneider – Marmoréen pichet

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Manufacturer: Charles Schneider

Model: Pichet

Style: Art Deco

Material: Molded and free-formed glass, reduced, improved pontil

Color: Light red and dark red

Period: 1920 – 1929


Charles Schneider was born on February 23, 1881 in Château-Thierry and died in Épinay-sur-Seine on January 7, 1953. Schneider is a student of Jean Daum from Nancy and founded his own glass workshop with his brother Ernest Schneider in 1913 in Épinay -sur-Seine. His oeuvre is known for his glass production during the Art Deco period under the names Schneider, Le Verre Français and Charder.

After the German occupation during the 1st World War, Verreries Schneider restarts its production with characteristic designs in the Art Deco style.

This elegant pichet is an excellent example of the high quality of his glass art. The “Pichet” is blown in marmoréen glass obtained by enclosing glass powder during the blowing process. These colored glass powders create a marble effect in the glass, which is referred to as marmoréen.

This pichet was made in the period 1922 – 1924 and is signed with “SCHNEIDER”.


Height: 180mm / 7.08”

Diameter: 110mm / 4.33”

Condition: Mint

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