Recto - Divided in half vertically into black on white and white on black, the design features a full-length figure in relaxed posture evoking both a scarecrow and the unconstructed clothing style of the eponymous designer, Willi Smith. The body is straw-like; the hat is worn at a rakish angle; the arms, exaggerated in length, hang loosely; the legs are apart and bent slightly. As well as reversing the black and white scheme, the design presents the two figures in reverse position, head-to-toe.
Verso - The card is divided by a vertical line in the center. On the left, in the top half, WilliWearSHOP and the telephone number are imprinted in sans-serif style on one line. In the bottom half, the address is imprinted in an ornate script in a curved format. M&Co appears to the left of the line near the bottom edge of the card. The blank right half is reserved for addressee information.
Horizontal rectangle. The left half is shown. An oblong panel with a cross in a border, divided into oblongs and squares, with rosettes in the corners, and above and below the lateral parts of the medallion. In the lateral oblongs rises a sheaf from a calyx. Beside it is another framing strip, with a candelabrum. It as in its center a lozenge with a rosette. Outside is a repetition of the first strip.
Silver-shaped fans of bobbin-made lace.
Satyr mask: poly-chromed
White bag with fashion designer name in silver across canter; yellow, red, and purple diagonal lines. Small format.
Flared cylindrical body drawn in elevation with four scrolling handles drawn in green pencil to be executed in plate-glass. Handles decorated on the inside with four small bands. Cup raised on a round base and foot. Underdrawing in graphite of cup in golden section.
Puiforcat collection contains two archival photographs of cup, Box 7, Folder 13, “Centerpieces-Vase-type” # 9201.
Puiforcat Fabrication #: 9201, Vase.
Fashion Plate from La Belle Assemblee
First book (dedicated to Lord Middlesex): title page and six plates, dated 1741, of rocaille cartouches; second book (dedicated to the Earl of Holderness): title page and five rocaille motifs, dated 1742; third book (dedicated to the Duke of Rutland): title page and six plates of cartouches, dated 1743; fifth book; title page and fourteen plates (one bound upside down) of furniture, dated 1743; sixth and seventh books: title pages (half-size) and fourteen plates of cartouches, undated; eighth book: title page and six plates of jewelery, dated 1747.
Embossed and printed wallpapers simulating the woven fabrics of Dorothy Liebes. Twenty-five single sheets with note on the back of each giving the name of each design, the price and pattern number.