in France . He became renowned for his jewelry in the 1880s. He experimented
with molded glass in his jewelry after 1890, being one of the first to
introduce glass elements into his jewlry work. He eventually switched
to working only in molded glass.
output was prolific.
He produced cups, plates, vases, figures, and decorative accessories.
He was particularly known for his design of perfume bottles. His work
incorporated the birds, flowers, leaves, animals, fish, and human forms
of nature. He worked in opalescent and tranluscent glass, alternating
polished glass with satin finish and, in some cases, with enamel. He worked
through the 1930s.