29 avenue Rapp by Jules Lavirotte who designed this in 1901 for his friend Alexandre Bigot. Bigot was a ceramist and created the ceramic details himself, along with sculptor Jean-Baptiste Larrivé. It was said that the bust of the woman over the door is a portrait of Lavirotte's wife (check out the fur around her neck). Lavirotte won first place in the Parisian Facade competition of 1901 for this!
Art Nouveau rare monumental cameo glass vase by Emile Galle, ca.1885-1900 (reputed to have been exhibited at the 1889 Paris Exposition Universelle). Flattened elongated baluster-form vase depicts two large dragonflies hovering above a pond with blossoming irises and water lilies, H: 33 3/8"