Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging April 2013.
Photograph is mounted on light tan board; dimensions including board are 21 x 27 cm.
Photograph, originally black and white, is of two bowls and one vase. Bowl on left, labeled "35", is the Anemones bowl and is colored in with black, pink, white, yellow, and green; this bowl is decorated with pink flowers and was created in 1920. Vase, in center, is labeled "33" as is the Red thistles vase, colored in with pink, green, and shades of blue; this vase is decorated with reddish-pink thistles with long green leaves and stems that run nearly full length of vase. This vase was created in 1920. Bowl on right, labeled "1", is the Butterflies bowl and is colored in with maroon, green, black, blue, and orangish-pink. This bowl, decorated with four butterflies, was created in 1915.
[Plate] "2" -- typed in black ink on upper right corner of photograph.
Measurements are penciled in near each object.
"Les Pates de Verre d'Argy-Rousseau, 9, Rue du Simplon, Paris" -- stamped in red ink on upper right corner of board verso.
Gabriel Argy-Rousseau founded the Société Anonyme des Pâtes de Verre d'Argy-Rousseau in 1921 with Gustave Moser-Millet; in 1931, due to financial reasons, Moser-Millet dissolved the firm.
Previously this photograph, and eleven others, was considered part of a trade catalog, BIB 55037.