This rare and small bottle was designed by Pierre Camin in 1934 according to the Coty archives. However the original design is from Rene Lalique based upon his vase ‘Anemones’ dated 1911. It’s well known that Lalique and Coty got in conflict after 1912 over patents and designs. But maybe the crisis-years drove them again into cooperation.
Height: 7 cm.
This very big box is pristine and its provenance a great family estate. The box holds great opale highlights and subtle hues. Both cover and base are orginal and its signed in the mold ‘r. lalique.’
Diameter 25.5 cm.
This early Brule Parfum a alcool named ‘Sirenes’ is hard to find in opalescent glass and with the original inner fitting. This piece is transparant opal with a sepia stain. The molding is perfect with the molded signature ‘R. Lalique’ dating it close to the design date of 1920. The original top is in excellent condition.
Just for accuracy it must be mentioned that the inner core has a very tiny flake, but this is not visible due to the original glass cordholder and top. Overall very good condition.
Height: 18 cm.
See: Marcilhac page 688, number 2651
This small and charming desk clock was designed in 1926 by Rene Lalique (1860-1945). This piece was especially commissioned by clockmaker ATO and not availbale in the Lalique catalogue. Its therefore a rare find on the market today and in a lovely original condition. The original plate is high-gloss enamelled and silvered. The clockwork seems historic and untouched but needs a clockmakers check. Signed in the mold.
Height: 12 cm.
See: Marcilhac page 370 number D.
This inkwell was among Lalique earliest designs in glass and presented for the first time in 1910. The ocre patinated glass piece is in pristine condition with the original lid. Its script signed R. Lalique France. The piece is very refined and is a rare find on the market today.
Diameter 8.5 cm.
See Marcilhac 2011, page 315, number 425
This rare Lievres vase in electric blue glass was designed and excecuted in the R. Lalique glass works of Wingen sur Moder.
It marks the high-end quality of the molding techniques Lalique mastered in the early twenties. Crisp molding and fine detail combined with a technical very difficult conic neck form makes it a high end piece. The vase is in great original condition.
Height 16 cm.
See Marcilhac 2011 page 426, number 942
This beautiful example of the Eglantines design is in pristine condition. The opalescent colour makes the pattern very visible and lively. The molding is crisp and signed with acid signature R. Lalique.
Heigth: 12 cm.
See Marcilhac page 429, number 954
This nice yellow Beautreillis vase by Lalique is a real Art Deco design. Designed in 1927 by Lalique. The Coupe of the vase has been attached to the still hot glass in fusion. The so called ‘collée au chaud’ technique. This makes this a real technical endeavour. Wheel cut signature ‘R. Lalique France.’
Height 14,5 cm.
See Marcilhac page 436 number 989
This beautiful big vase is rarely seen in this green colour. The green glass makes it lively, the molding is crisp and the pattern gives the vase its majestic look. The condition is excellent, signed in script ‘R. Lalique France.’
Height: 22 cm
See Marcilhac page 434, number 979
This lovely vase was designed in 1927, part of a series of press molded vases. It normally comes in white glass, so finding it in deep sepia patina is a nice extra. The condition is pristine.
Height: 15 cm.
See Marcilhac page 436 number 986