Artist, Maurice Milliere, is apparently the artist of my statuette! This illustration is from the risque' magazine, "La Vie Parisienne" 1931. Click the photo to access the web site where I found this. It is a a web site that sells the original prints from old magazines.
Here is a link I found of a statue much like mine except it's undressed and has a different wig.
This cute 16" statuette is marked, "CFG Made in France, Paris." The top of the base looks like it was handwritten when the plaster/cement was wet. I cannot make out what it says. She wears her original, fragile netted dress. Unfortunately, when shipped, her left wrist and inner arm suffered damage, however, she's still a fabulous souvenir from the past!
After doing some checking on the Internet, I believe the top marking on the statuette's base is Maurice Milliere's signature. I have not figured out what the one underneath his signature is yet. See samples I found of his signature, below:
Here's an interesting photo - the back is marked, "Dimit Brothers, Commercial Photographers, 215 City Savings Bldg, Alliance, Ohio."
The girl sitting on the right (her left, your right) is holding a German boudoir doll. Looks like the rest are holding stuffed animals....and then there's those two "cuties" standing in back! Well, not sure what this is all about, however, I did find information about the photographer that might give us a clue (click the link to find another photo, taken by this company and information related to it):