FISH SCULPTURE BLUE CAP-FERRAT LALIQUE

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FISH SCULPTURE BLUE CAP-FERRAT LALIQUE

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René Lalique had a unique way of capturing his observation of nature, as with these fish which he originally pictured in turquoise blue. He illuminates the delicate curve of their dorsal fins with a crystalline ray of sun, creating a striking contrast between the transparency of the fin and the depths of the water. Create your own Lalique aquarium !

  • Fish Crystal blue Cap-Ferrat, created by René Lalique, 1913
  • Piece signed Lalique France
  • Box, bag, certificate of authenticity
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  • Dimensions: H 1.77″ x L 2.09″ x W 1.14″ (H 4,5 cm x L 5,3 cm x l 2,9 cm)
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FISH SCULPTURE BLUE CAP-FERRAT LALIQUE :

FISH SCULPTURE BLUE CAP-FERRAT LALIQUE, René Lalique had a unique way of capturing his observation of nature, as with these fish which he originally pictured in turquoise blue. He illuminates the delicate curve of their dorsal fins with a crystalline ray of sun, creating a striking contrast between the transparency of the fin and the depths of the water. Create your own Lalique aquarium !


♦ RENÉ LALIQUE :

Lalique can look back with pride on a wonderful tradition. One hundred and thirty years of savoir-faire and creative excellence in the French "Art of Living", producing timeless creations: Arts objetcs, light fixtures, jewellery, fragrances and more - all "made in France". The name of Lalique is associated with glass and crystal, a tradition passed down with passion by generations of its artists and outstanding French craftsmen.

René Lalique was one of the great creative forces of French decorative art in the 19th and 20th centuries. Soon gaining recognition as one of the leading jewellery designers of the late 19th century, René Lalique went on to develop his talents in the service of great jewellers such as Cartier and Boucheron.

While the jewelry and other gold, silver and glass creations of René Lalique are admired and coveted worldwide, his architectural works are not as well known, perhaps because most of them have been lost to subsequent renovations or demolitions. Nevertheless, they are exceptional and deserve to be studied and given their right place of honor. To continue the Lalique lifestyle experience by visiting Wingen-sur-Moder in Alsace, where they can stay at the Lalique hotels and have access to bespoke tours of the Lalique factory and of the Lalique French national museum. An unforgettable dinner at the two-Michelin-starred Villa René Lalique restaurant headed by Chef Jean-Georges Klein will round off this unique experience.


 

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Dimensions 5.3 × 2.9 × 4.5 cm
Thème

Fauna

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