G. Argy-Rousseau – Anemone bowl – 1920

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Manufacturer: Gabriël Argy-Roussau

Motif: Anemone

Style: Art Deco

Material: Molded pâte de verre glass, grounded rim

Color: Colorless glass (pâte de crystal), purple, green, black white and red

Period: 1920 – 1929


Gabriël Argy-Rousseau (Meslay-le-Vidame 1885-1953) was a master in the technique of pâte de verre (glass paste). His refined pâte de verre objects are sought after worldwide. Each pâte de verre object is unique in color because of the production procede.

This wonderful bowl executed in one of the most attractive and beautiful vibriant colors in this motif is made by Gabriël Argy-Rousseau in 1920. The bowl is decorated all around with the flower anemone. The anemone flower is often confused with the flower of the poppy (design of 1924) because of the simularities, and therefor often wrongly described.

The anemone flower design was very succesful and is executed in not only one model but also on lamps, bottles and perfume bottles.

The base of the bowl bears the original retail label of “Objets d’Art – Grégoire – Clermont-Ferrand”.


Height: 75mm / 2.95″

Diameter: 115mm / 4.52″

Condition: Mint


Janine Bloch-Dermant – G. Argy-Rousseau, Glassware As Art. Page 50 & 183

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