Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging April 2013.
Photograph is mounted on light tan board; dimensions including board are 27 x 21 cm.
Photograph, originally black and white, is of Lions vase, labeled "257", and colored in with shades of gold and orange. A running lion, with open mouth and outstretched limbs is sprawled across nearly entire frontal view of vase. "G. Argy-Rousseau" appears along base. This vase was created in 1926.
[Plate] "82" -- typed in black ink on upper right corner of photograph.
Measurements are penciled in above and to left of vase.
"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.