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Lalique Tourbillon Purple Vase

R. LALIQUE CLEAR AND FROSTED GLASS DEUX FIGURINES CLOCK Circa 1926 Wheel carved: R. LALIQUE, FRANCE 14-5/8 inches high (37.1 cm)

Lalique 1920s Perfume Bottle Cameo

Rene Lalique, born in Ay, France, on April 6, 1860. Iconic glass designer, especially noted for his stunning creations which included perfume bottles, vases, jewellery, chandeliers, clocks and car bonnet ornaments. I LOVE Lalique fragrances.

LALIQUE ART. Perfume Bottles

Dramatic Rene Lalique cased opalescent and grey stained 'Formose' pattern vase -depicting fish

Rare Rene Lalique dark grey stained 'Grignon' pattern vase depicting stylised ears of wheat

Rene Lalique- Vases

Rene Lalique, Fontainebleau vase, in deep blue glass

Amazing perfume bottle! Commedia by Lalique

Commedia Lalique perfume - a fragrance for women

René Lalique. Oblong Pendant. 18 kts gold decorated with cloisonne enamel: white/ peacock blue/ turquoise/ purple. A branch of fruit tree and flowers carved with black enamel. (photo Pierre Bergé & Associés)

René Lalique. Brooch. Pine Sprig 1900-02, gold/enamel/cast glass. 2-3/4 x 2 inches. Jean Jean Vintage

René Lalique Diamond ring. The large diamond is set vertically along the bezel, framed within a border of green leaves on black stalks, with the shoulders also enamelled dark green. By René Lalique c.1902-4.

René Lalique. Horn and gold 'Reveler' umbrella handle. Designed as a openwork carved horn handle of organic design, centering upon four entwined and sinuous gold figures, c.1900, 4¼ x 2½". Signed Lalique

René Lalique. 1898 Pendant designed for actress Sarah Bernhardt. It depicts Miss Bernhardt as Mélissande in 'La Princesse Lointaine'