Photograph is of tall, narrow enameled vase with butterflies and reeds on body; four feet, possibly made of wrought-iron, are decorated with dragonflies.
Photograph is mounted on faded, light green construction paper. In between photograph and paper is onionskin.
"Daum, 1900" -- written in black ink on lower right corner of photograph.
"Fonds Chambon" -- stamped in black ink on lower left corner of onionskin verso.
Signature, with Cross of Lorraine, can be seen on base of vase.
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.