Grand Dépôt de porcelaines, faïences et verreries
Grand Dépôt is a retail store, established in 1863 by Emile Bourgeois.
Includes three essays by Louis Enault: La faïence, La porcelaine, La verrerie.
Glassware appears to be cut or engraved and includes decanters, stemware, jugs, pitchers, bowls, tumble up, individual salts, salts, mugs, cups, and more. and offered in the following services: Flore, Prisme 1881, Moulé diamants, Paris, Pierre Le Grand, Parlement, Sèvres, Londres, E.B. 1882, Madrid, Strasbourg, Vienne, Palissy, Cluny, Drouot.
Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging in July 2010.
Original cataloging record indicates the cover title as, "Ceramique moderne par Le Grand Dépôt". CMGL's copy was damaged during the 1972 flood and cover no longer exists.