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Art Deco glass vase entitled Bacchantes by René Lalique circa 1930


Art Deco glass vase entitled Bacchantes by René Lalique circa 1930
Art Deco glass vase entitled Bacchantes by René Lalique circa 1930
Art Deco glass vase entitled Bacchantes by René Lalique circa 1930
Art Deco glass vase entitled Bacchantes by René Lalique circa 1930
Art Deco glass vase entitled Bacchantes by René Lalique circa 1930
Art Deco glass vase entitled Bacchantes by René Lalique circa 1930
Art Deco glass vase entitled Bacchantes by René Lalique circa 1930
Art Deco glass vase entitled Bacchantes by René Lalique circa 1930
Art Deco glass vase entitled Bacchantes by René Lalique circa 1930
Art Deco glass vase entitled Bacchantes by René Lalique circa 1930
Art Deco glass vase entitled Bacchantes by René Lalique circa 1930
Art Deco glass vase entitled Bacchantes by René Lalique circa 1930

Art Deco glass vase entitled Bacchantes by René Lalique circa 1930   Art Deco glass vase entitled Bacchantes by René Lalique circa 1930

Art Deco glass vase entitled "Bacchantes" by René Lalique. A superb René Lalique Art Deco glass vase.

Decorated with dancing bacchantes in various poses and pairings around the full circumference of the vase, exhibiting an excellent mix of frosted and sepia stained glass with fine hand finished detail, signed R. Vase "Bacchantes" Catalogue Number: 997 Signature identification: Under base R. Lalique France signature Date introduced: July 22, 1927 Dimensions: 25 cm High. Felix Marchilac Catalogue Raisonné Page 438.

Materials: Frosted & Stained Glass. Lalique - Catalogue Raisonné by Felix Marcilhac.

In 1885, he opened his own workshop on Place Gaillon in Paris, the former workshop of Jules Destape. In 1887, Lalique opened a business on Rue du Quatre-Septembre, and registered the "RL" mark the following year. In 1890, he opened a shop in the Opera District of Paris.

Within a decade, Lalique was amongst the best-known Parisian jewellers. In 1905, Lalique opened a new shop at Place Vendôme which exhibited not only jewellery, but glass works as well. It was close to the shop of renowned perfumer François Coty; in 1907, Lalique began producing ornate perfume bottles for Coty. The production of glass objects began at his country villa in 1902, and continued there until at least 1912. In December 1912, Lalique hosted an exhibition of Lalique Glass-as his glass would come to be known-at the Place Vendôme shop.

During the First World War, the glassworks produced mundane items in support of the war effort. In 1919, work began on a new production facility in Wingen-sur-Moder, which opened in 1921.

During the 1920s and 1930s, Lalique was amongst the world's most renowned glassmakers. René Lalique died in 1945.

His son Marc Lalique took over the business, operating initially as M. Lalique" and later as "Cristal Lalique. Under Marc's leadership, the company transitioned from producing its famous Lalique Glass to producing lead glass, commonly known as crystal. Marie-Claude Lalique took control of the company following Marc's death in 1977. Since 2010, Cristal Lalique has been wholly owned by Art & Fragrance.

Established in 1936, Hickmet Fine Arts is an international family run business and one of the world's most important dealers in original Art Deco and Art Nouveau Antique Sculpture and Art Glass. We are located at Gallery 85 on London's famous Portobello Road where we offer a fine range of sculpture, glass and works of art from the 19th and 20th Centuries by the most famous sculptors and artists from this period.

This item is in the category "Pottery, Ceramics & Glass\Decorative Pottery, Ceramics & Glass\Vases". The seller is "hickmetfinearts" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  1. Origin: French
  2. Brand: Lalique
  3. Type: Vase
  4. Signed By: Rene Lalique
  5. Theme: Art
  6. Style: Art Deco
  7. Material: Glass
  8. Production Style: Art Glass


Art Deco glass vase entitled Bacchantes by René Lalique circa 1930   Art Deco glass vase entitled Bacchantes by René Lalique circa 1930