Photographs both feature display of mostly vases. One photograph is mounted above the other. Photograph on top includes six vases and two table lamps with some pieces on draped, elevated surface while others are arranged on draped surface below. Photograph on bottom includes six vases on single flat surface. Photographs feature cameo, etched, enameled, and intercalaire pieces.
Photographs are mounted on faded, light grey board.
"Daum" -- penciled in on upper right corner of board verso.
"Fonds Chambon" -- stamped in black ink on upper right corner of board verso.
During the period between 1895-1914, Daum employed techniques including cameo, enameling, acid-etching, intercalary decoration, and vitrification; additionally, pâte de verre became popular after 1904.
Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging April 2013.
Digitized in-house October 2014.
This photograph was possibly taken for inclusion in a catalogue published for the 1900 Paris Exposition Universelle.