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    René Lalique: Enchanted by Glass

    As a successful jeweler René Lalique (French, 1860–1945) experimented with glass in his designs, which eventually led to a career in which he fully embraced the material. His aesthetic choices informed the styles of Art Nouveau and Art Deco in France, and the objects he created have become iconic reflections of these periods. See glass, jewelry, production molds, and design drawings by Lalique on view in the Enchanted by Glass exhibition, May 17, 2014 - January 4, 2015.
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    René Lalique: Enchanted by Glass www.cmog.org/lalique Languedoc, Combs-la-Ville or Wingen-sur-Moder, France, designed in 1929. Mold-blown glass, acid-etched. H. 22.5 cm, Diam. 31.1 cm. 2011.3.350, gift of Elaine and Stanford Steppa | Corning Museum of Glass #Lalique #vase #wine #glass

    Languedoc | Corning Museum of Glass

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    Épines (#Thorns) by Rene #Lalique, designed in 1911 | Corning Museum of #Glass

    Epines (Thorns) | Corning Museum of Glass

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    Baies (Bays) by Rene #Lalique, designed in 1924 | Corning Museum of #Glass

    Baies (Berries) | Corning Museum of Glass

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    Cinq Hirondelles (Five Swallows) clock by René #Lalique, designed 1920 | Corning Museum of #Glass

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    Ronces (Brambles) by Rene #Lalique, designed in 1921 | Corning Museum of #Glass

    Ronces (Brambles) | Corning Museum of Glass

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    Clos Sainte-Odile (Saint Odile Vineyard) designed by by René #Lalique in 1927 | Corning Museum of Glass

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    Ronces (Brambles) by Rene #Lalique, designed in 1921 | Corning Museum of #Glass

    Ronces (Brambles) | Corning Museum of Glass

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    Toby, Éléphant, René #Lalique, France, designed in 1931 | Corning Museum of #Glass

    Toby, Éléphant | Corning Museum of Glass

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    Créneaux (Battlements) designed by René #Lalique in 1928 | Corning Museum of Glass

    Créneaux (Battlements) | Corning Museum of Glass

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    Canarina - 1, Les Yeux bleus (Blue eyes) by René #Lalique designed in 1928 | Corning Museum of Glass

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    Perche (Perch), René #Lalique Combs-la-Ville or Wingen-sur-Moder, France, designed 1929 Mold-pressed #glass, acid-etched H. 9.9 cm, W. 15.9 cm, D. 6.7 cm 95.3.3

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    Ceylan (Ceylon) by Rene #Lalique, designed in 1924 | Corning Museum of #Glass

    Ceylan (Ceylon) | Corning Museum of Glass

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    Deux aigles (Two eagles) by Rene #Lalique, designed in 1914 | Corning Museum of #Glass

    Deux aigles (Two eagles) | Corning Museum of Glass

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    Fleur (Flower) by Rene #Lalique, designed in 1912 | Corning Museum of #Glass

    Fleur (Flower) | Corning Museum of Glass

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    Coty Perfume Bottle with Stopper and Box by Rene #Lalique, designed in 1909 | Corning Museum of #Glass

    Coty - 2, Cyclamen | Corning Museum of Glass

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    Fleurs concaves (Concave flowers) by Rene #Lalique, designed in 1912 | Corning Museum of #Glass

    Fleurs concaves (Concave flowers) | Corning Museum of Glass

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    Medal Celebrating Sarah Bernhardt by Rene #Lalique, about 1896 | Corning Museum of #Glass

    Medal Celebrating Sarah Bernhardt | Corning Museum of Glass

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    Martins-Pêcheurs (Kingfishers) by Rene #Lalique, designed in 1923 | Corning Museum of #Glass

    Martins-Pêcheurs (Kingfishers) | Corning Museum of Glass

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    Pendant with Bishop Birds by Rene #Lalique, about 1900-1905 | Corning Museum of #Glass

    Pendant with Bishop Birds | Corning Museum of Glass

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    Martins-Pêcheurs (Kingfishers) by Rene #Lalique, about 1930 | Corning Museum of #Glass

    Martins-Pêcheurs (Kingfishers) | Corning Museum of Glass

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    Martins-pêcheurs et roseaux (Kingfishers and reeds) by Rene #Lalique, 1932 | Corning Museum of #Glass

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    Moineau (Sparrow) by Rene #Lalique, designed in 1931 | Corning Museum of #Glass

    Moineau (Sparrow) | Corning Museum of Glass

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    Anges (Angels) by Rene #Lalique, designed in 1930 | Corning Museum of #Glass

    Anges (Angels) | Corning Museum of Glass

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    Unawihr by Rene #Lalique, designed in 1926 | Corning Museum of #Glass

    Unawihr | Corning Museum of Glass

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    Fontaines (Fountains) by Rene #Lalique, designed in 1912 | Corning Museum of #Glass

    Fontaines (Fountains) | Corning Museum of Glass

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