MODERN DESIGN - Brand: René Lalique
René Jules Lalique (French, 1860–1945) was a jeweler and glass designer, and a leading figure of the Art Nouveau movement. He also experimented with rock crystal, and became the leading advocate for the use of glass in architectural structures. René Lalique had begun to take a serious interest in glass, when in 1907 he met the famous perfumer François Coty. He began creating perfume bottles for specific perfumes. In 1913, René Lalique bought the Combs-la-Ville Glassworks, where he began focusing on techniques that allowed him to produce in large quantities, in order to reduce costs and make his creations more affordable to a wider population.
René Lalique, France. Two Phalsbourg fingerbowls in clear art glass with vines and grapes in relief.
René Lalique, France. Rare Domremy art glass vase in emerald green with thistles in relief.
Early René Lalique, small Art Deco Médicis bowl with motif of naked women. Hand painted in blue purple decoration.
Early René Lalique, Malines vase in clear art glass in green model. Model No. 957. Signed "R. Lalique, France"
René Lalique Ricquewihr ice cooler. Rare and early René Lalique ice cooler in burgundy molded with three bands comprised of grapes and leaves in high relief.
René Lalique (1860-1945), France. Rare "Lys" bowl on feet in clear and orange mouth blown art glass with four lilies. 1920s.
René Lalique art deco Nemours bowl in frostedart glass modeled with flowers. Mid 20th century.
René Lalique (1860-1945), France. Acacia vase in mouth blown art glass with leaves in relief. 1920s / 30s.
11 René Lalique Phalsbourg plates in clear art glass with vines and grapes in relief. Mid-20th century.
9 René Lalique Phalsbourg bowls in clear art glass with vines and grapes in relief. Mid-20th century.
Seven René Lalique Chenonceaux white wine glasses in clear mouth-blown crystal glass. Mid-20th century.
Six René Lalique Chenonceaux red wine glasses in clear mouth-blown crystal glass. Mid-20th century.
11 René Lalique Chenonceaux champagne flutes in clear mouth-blown crystal glass. Mid-20th century.
René Lalique (1860-1945), France. Rare and early "Sylvia" vase in frosted art glass. Handles modeled with birds. Museum quality, 1920s / 30s.
René Lalique (1860-1945), France. Early and rare Veronique bowl in frosted mouth-blown art glass with flowers and foliage in relief. 1920s.
René Lalique (1860-1945), France. Large "Vases" dish / bowl in smoky and clear mouth-blown art glass. Vases with flowers in relief. 1920s.
René Lalique (1860-1945), France. Early Saint-Marc art glass vase with rows of birds. 1930s.
Early René Lalique Volubilis bowl in clear and frosted mouth blown art glass on three feet. 1920s.
René Lalique art deco bowl in clear mouth blown art glass with incised flowers. Mid-20th century.
Early and rare René Lalique "Chiens" art deco bowl in art glass decorated with dogs. 1930's.