G. Argy-Rousseau is the impressed mark used on a variety of objects in the Art Deco style. Gabriel Argy-Rousseau, born in 1885, was a French glass artist. In 1921, he formed a partnership that made pate-de-verre and other glass. It closed in 1931 because of financial problems during the Great Depression. He then opened his own studio and made enameled glass. He worked until 1952 and died in 1953. Argy-Rousseau was an inventor as well as a skilled glassmaker.