- Ceramic Mug
- Printing in black the Art Deco's rooster
Vintage look with a "falsely dented" effect
- Capacity : 350ml
- Goes to the microwave and the dishwasher
- Sold with the Art Deco's history
Mug Coq Art Déco
Ceramic "falsely dented"
COQ ART DECO
The 18th of May 1930 French championship final saw Agen face Quillan (the title holder).
On the Lescure stadium pitch in Bordeaux, Agen are crowned French champions and the SUA players present their “bouclier de Brennus” trophy to the tomb of their winger Pradié, who died after a violent tackle during the semi final against Pau ...
On the match poster is a magnificent red rooster perched on an oval ball. This proud rooster is of typical art deco style which had reigned in France for the last 10 years : very simple and geometric. An echo of the 1920s, when rugby was exploding in France drawing considerable crowds, this art deco rooster deserves a new life through a range of vintage garments !
Made in Europe
Our production is located in France and Portugal.
We worked hard to develop high quality products: the design, the cut, the stitch, the colours... Attached to authenticity that lays deep in the brand DNA, we indicate the place where our products are manufactured, France or Europe.