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Moser enameled art glass vase

Moser enameled art glass vase

René Lalique 'Dahlias' a Vase, design 1923 frosted glass, heightened with blue staining and black enamel 12.4cm high

René Lalique 'Dahlias' a Vase, design 1923 frosted glass, heightened with blue staining and black enamel 12.4cm high

René Lalique 'Perruches' a Vase, design 1919 green glass, frosted and polished, heightened with white staining 25cm high, engraved 'R. Lalique'

René Lalique 'Perruches' a Vase, design 1919 green glass, frosted and polished, heightened with white staining 25cm high, engraved 'R. Lalique'

Ceylon vase c.1924 ........... Wheel cut R Lalique France H-24.5cm

Ceylon vase c.1924 ........... Wheel cut R Lalique France H-24.5cm

♔ Lalique ~ 1927

♔ Lalique ~ 1927

LALIQUE CLEAR AND FROSTED GLASS BAGATELLE VASE  Circa 1950  Stenciled: LALIQUE, FRANCE

LALIQUE CLEAR AND FROSTED GLASS BAGATELLE VASE Circa 1950 Stenciled: LALIQUE, FRANCE

René Lalique 'Prunes' a Vase, design 1937 opalescent glass, frosted and polished 17.5cm high, etched 'R. Lalique France'

René Lalique 'Prunes' a Vase, design 1937 opalescent glass, frosted and polished 17.5cm high, etched 'R. Lalique France'

RARE GRAF HARRACH ENAMELED AND ENGRAVED OPALESCENT GLASS

RARE GRAF HARRACH ENAMELED AND ENGRAVED OPALESCENT GLASS

Born in Paris in 1860, Lalique was apprenticed to a Parisian jeweler, at the age of 16, while doing night school at the Ecole Des Beaux Arts. He went on to attend School of Art in Sydenham, England where he was inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement of the time. In 1885 Lalique purchased a small workshop in Paris and produced his own interpretation of the emerging Art Nouveau style jewelry and art glass especially vases which he became widely known and noticed for.

Born in Paris in 1860, Lalique was apprenticed to a Parisian jeweler, at the age of 16, while doing night school at the Ecole Des Beaux Arts. He went on to attend School of Art in Sydenham, England where he was inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement of the time. In 1885 Lalique purchased a small workshop in Paris and produced his own interpretation of the emerging Art Nouveau style jewelry and art glass especially vases which he became widely known and noticed for.

Rene Lalique Art Deco ‘Courlis’ vase, deep green glass with whitish patina, circa 1931.

Rene Lalique Art Deco ‘Courlis’ vase, deep green glass with whitish patina, circa 1931.

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