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In 1878 they exhibited:
Colored glass, coated on both sides, with another color in the middle; the two outside coats engraved, thereby showing three colors.
Panels of glass mosaic, as samples of their enamels.
Decorated Venetian glass ware.
Vases, painted, with the necks ornamented with colored beads.
Opal clock dial, with the hour-marks etched.
Imitations of various precious stones, cut in cameos and diamonds.
Colored beads, plain and depolished.
Sheets of plated colored glass, as well as cylinders in all colors.
A fan of spun glass in several colors.
Etruscan vase colored with chrome green.
Two large dishes decorated with their Chinese white.
Enamels on cast and wrought iron.
Chemical glass ware for laboratories.
White and colored chimneys for light-houses.
Rough-cast glass for deck-lights and lenticular apparatus.
Sheet-glass for spectacles and optical purposes, white, blue, neutral, or smoked, rose-colored, with gold-plated opal.
In 1907 they still used the same name and had an showroom in Paris. Also producing for lighting and colours for ceramics.