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Lalique Hommage A Rene Lalique

Lalique Clear Crystal Ibis Vase
By Lalique
Located in Los Angeles, CA
From the limited-edition Hommage Collection, celebrating the 150th anniversary of Rene Lalique
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Vintage 1930s French Vases

Materials

Glass

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Lalique Bacchantes Vase
By Lalique
Located in Toledo, OH
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Lalique Bacchantes Vase
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René Lalique Clear & Frosted Crystal Saint Marc Vase
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Exceptionally Rare Rene Lalique signed Clos St Odile glass 1922
By René Lalique
Located in Worcester Park, GB
Rare René Lalique Clos St Odile glass c 1921/2 -signed to the base 'R Lalique' and 'Clos St Odile'. In the early Black edition of the Lalique bible by Felix Marcilhac it was vaguely...
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Lalique Cristal necklace Dragon
By Lalique
Located in Geneva, CH
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Materials

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Lalique Bagatelle Vase
By Lalique
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
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Lalique Opalescent Vase
By Lalique
Located in New York, NY
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Lalique Opalescent Vase
Lalique Opalescent Vase
H 9.45 in Dm 5.5 in
A René LALIQUE Opalescent Glass Bacchantes Vase
By René Lalique
Located in SAINT-OUEN-SUR-SEINE, FR
The Bacchantes vase was made in 1927 by R.Lalique in white glass. The opalescent version is probably one of R.Lalique's most famous and published vases . This example is in perfect...
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Crystal Vase Lalique Signed Lalique Vase, France, 1960
By Lalique
Located in Bastogne, BE
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Lalique Crystal Mesange Flower Vase
By Lalique
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This is a Lalique Crystal Mesange flower vase. It depicts a vase with an hexagonal base followed by a stem shaped as a wreath. The wreath is made of periwinkles flowers decorated in ...
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Lalique Crystal Mesange Flower Vase
Lalique Crystal Mesange Flower Vase
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1926 Rene Lalique Decanter & Pitcher Saint Nabor Glass Black Enamel
By René Lalique
Located in Boulogne Billancourt, FR
Decanter and Pitcher "Saint Nabor" made in clear glass woth original black heated enamel by René Lalique in 1926. Both pieces are signed on bottom. Perfect condition. Decanter need...
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Rare Lalique "Hommage a' Rene Lalique" Vase in Polished & Frosted Crystal France
By Lalique, Marie-Claude Lalique
Located in Cathedral City, CA
Offering this rare, signed Lalique "Hommage et Rene Lalique" vase featuring four different design
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Lalique for sale on 1stDibs

Lalique is a beacon of French opulence in glassmaking and decorative arts, an enduring brand with a history spanning over 130 years and at least three movements in art and design: Art Nouveau, Art Deco and modernism. The firm’s founder, René Lalique, is a celebrated figure in Art Nouveau jewelry, which drew on feminine forms and natural-world themes. Under his masterful leadership, Lalique came to be known for its gorgeous vases, sculptures and glass and crystal serveware.

Rene Laliqué was born in 1860 in Aÿ-en-Champagne, France. As a young man, he apprenticed under Parisian Art Nouveau jeweler Louis Aucoc and studied at L'École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs. Lalique's skill and esteem broadened, and he created jewelry for renowned houses like Cartier and Boucheron. He took over a workshop in Paris in 1885 and opened his own business soon afterward. Not one to follow trends, Lalique gained popularity for his innovative accessories, which merged glass, enamel and ivory — materials that were uncommon in jewelry-making — with semi-precious stones and metals. Lalique’s work gained greater prominence at the 1900 Paris Exhibition, which served as a showcase for his extraordinary designs.

In 1907, Lalique began a revolutionary partnership with French perfumer François Coty. He designed a line of molded glass perfume bottles with frosted surfaces and patterned reliefs. Lalique opened his eponymous glassworks in Combs-La-Ville, Paris, in 1909. His attractive bottles and other pieces were shown at the International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts in 1925 — the event that brought Art Deco to worldwide attention — catapulting Lalique to new levels of fame. Shortly afterward, in 1927, he created one of his most iconic pieces: the Bacchantes vase. A marvel of glassmaking that convincingly depicted movement, the vase displays his technical skills and artistry.

Lalique began receiving high-profile commissions — in 1929, he decorated the luxurious Côte d’Azur Pullman Express carriages, and in 1935, he designed lighting for the Grand Salon and dining room on the ocean liner SS Normandie.

Lalique died in 1945, and the reins at the company were passed to his son, Marc Lalique. The firm continued to produce its signature glass pieces as well as crystal vases, decor and serveware. Marc's daughter, Marie-Claude Lalique, became CEO in 1977. She renewed the traditional jewelry and fragrance side of the business. In 2008, Lalique was acquired by Art & Fragrance, now known as Lalique Group. It remains a well-regarded lifestyle brand underpinned by a rich history in glassmaking.

On 1stDibs, find vintage Lalique decorative objects, lighting, tables and more.

Finding the Right vases for You

Whether it’s a Chinese Han dynasty glazed ceramic wine vessel, a work of Murano glass or a hand-painted Scandinavian modern stoneware piece, a fine vase brings a piece of history into your space as much as it adds a sophisticated dynamic. 

Like sculptures or paintings, antique and vintage vases are considered works of fine art. Once offered as tributes to ancient rulers, vases continue to be gifted to heads of state today. Over time, decorative porcelain vases have become family heirlooms to be displayed prominently in our homes — loved pieces treasured from generation to generation.

The functional value of vases is well known. They were traditionally utilized as vessels for carrying dry goods or liquids, so some have handles and feature an opening at the top (where they flare back out). While artists have explored wildly sculptural alternatives over time, the most conventional vase shape is characterized by a bulbous base and a body with shoulders where the form curves inward.

Owing to their intrinsic functionality, vases are quite possibly versatile in ways few other art forms can match. They’re typically taller than they are wide. Some have a neck that offers height and is ideal for the stems of cut flowers. To pair with your mid-century modern decor, the right vase will be an elegant receptacle for leafy snake plants on your teak dining table, or, in the case of welcoming guests on your doorstep, a large ceramic floor vase for long tree branches or sticks — perhaps one crafted in the Art Nouveau style — works wonders.

Interior designers include vases of every type, size and style in their projects — be the canvas indoors or outdoors — often introducing a splash of color and a range of textures to an entryway or merely calling attention to nature’s asymmetries by bringing more organically shaped decorative objects into a home.

On 1stDibs, you can browse our collection of vases by material, including ceramic, glass, porcelain and more. Sizes range from tiny bud vases to massive statement pieces and every size in between.

Questions About Lalique
  • 1stDibs ExpertNovember 2, 2021
    Since the mid-twentieth century, Lalique has been internationally recognized for its decorative objects as well as non-glass items produced in crystal. The career of the famed jewelry designer, glassmaker and decorative artist René Lalique spanned decades and artistic styles. Best known today for his glass art, vases, chandeliers and more, Lalique first won recognition for his jewelry. Find a collection of Lalique glass on 1stDibs that includes serveware, decorative objects and other furniture.