Vase by “Lalique”

Nr. 2321 | 4.100,-- Euro
Vase by “Lalique”

Vase by “Lalique”
Signed on the bottom:
R. Lalique
Around 1930, France.

Carbochons in crystal clear glass contrasting with the vase in relief.

Height: 25 cm
Diameter: 25 cm

Price: 4.100,– €

(Including 19% VAT that is deductible)

Vase by “Lalique”

The Lalique ball vase is made of mouth-blown crystal glass. Each vase is made by skilled artisans who have mastered their craft. The process begins with the melting of crystal glass at very high temperatures. The molten glass is then hand-shaped and blown until it reaches the desired form. After blowing, the vase is hand-ground and polished to achieve a smooth and shiny surface. Finally, the vase is hand-signed and numbered to ensure its authenticity.

Lalique Art Deco is an art style that emerged in France in the 1920s. It is named after the French artist and glass designer René Lalique, who created some of the most famous works in this style at that time.

Lalique Art Deco is known for its geometric shapes, clear lines, and the use of luxury materials such as crystal, glass, and precious stones. The designs are often very elegant and glamorous, with a strong emphasis on stylized natural motifs such as flowers, birds, and fish.

Some of the most famous works of Lalique Art Deco include its perfume bottles, jewelry, and glassware. Many of his works are still highly sought after by collectors around the world.

The style also had a significant influence on the architecture and interior design of the time and was part of a broader movement in Europe that moved away from the traditional, ornate styles of the 19th century and embraced a more modern, minimalist aesthetic.

Lalique Art Deco has continued to have a lasting influence on art and design, and is considered one of the most important art styles of the 20th century.

Art Deco at RSA Wiesbaden

You can find more Art Deco cabinetsArt Deco chests of drawers and Art Deco lamps in my shop in Wiesbaden. Regine Schmitz-Avila – your specialist for French Art Deco furniture and art objects from around 1930.

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