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A Gabriel Argy Rousseau (1885-1953) pate de verre red, blue and frosted white glass veilleuse with moulded anemone, raised on a wrought-iron stand, moulded G. Argy-Rousseau signature, France, 21.5 cm high overall, the glass 12.5 cm high
Gabriel Argy-Rousseau (1885-1963), a pate De verre vase: Lions, circa 1926 moulded with a row of three snarling lions between scrolls in navy blue, aqua and green, moulded signature G. Argy-Rousseau, France, introduced in 1926, 22.5 cm high. Provenance: Sh
A French Art Nouveau clock garniture, the clock surmounted with a bronze woman holding a dove perched upon her hand, marked Chasseresse Par Rousseau, below a green onyx case with enamelled dial and two train eight day movement with conforming side pieces.7
Rare Art Deco 'Pate De Verre' lidded pot by Gabriel Argy-Rousseau (1885-1953) manufactured Paris, c.1925-30 decorated in 'Glass Paste', technique with stylised green Deco roses. Height 7.5 cm. Diameter 8.5 cm
A Gabriel Argy Rousseau pate de verre vase, circa 1923, the bulbous base vase with short neck decorated with a trio of scarab beetles to the shoulder, incised G. Argy. Rousseau to lower edge, 15.5 cm high
A Gabriel Argy-Rousseau pate-de-verre glass vase, signed baluster, moulded with poppies on a mottled mauve and clear glass ground, impressed G. Argy Rousseau, 18 cm high. Note: for a similar example see J. Bloch-Dermant, G. Argy-Rousseau: Glassware as Art,
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