This pristine Art Nouveau flacon designed in 1914 is a rare find, since many examples hve been restored or broken. Due to the fact that the high stopper is set inside the bottle, many pieces where broken. This piece was found in a private collection. White glass with sepia patina. Signed with Extended L signature.
Height 10 cm.
See Marcilhac page 943, number 11
This elegant flacon designed by Lalique in 1920 was created for the House of Lubin. However it was not very well marketed and the perfume did not sell well enough it is now considered a Lalique classic. The name Lac Dor is referring to the ‘gold lake’ which can be seen as the water of the Indian Taj Mahal reflects its golden domes in the white marble pool.
Remaining bottles were later re-used in 1940 for the perfume ‘Sur deux Notes.’
Height: 13,5 cm.
See: Marcilhac page 940 and Mayer Lefkowith page 168-169