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LANGEAIS WINE DECANTER LALIQUE :
LANGEAIS WINE DECANTER LALIQUE, Designed in 1976 by René’s son Marc Lalique, this pattern has become iconic. Referencing both fluted antique columns and modernist architecture, it takes seven glass masters to create this decanter using the time-honored techniques of soufflé tourne (turned while blown) and presse aspire soufflé (pressed-aspired-turned).
♦ THE SPIRIT OF LALIQUE :
“I look, i observe: the woman, th child, the flight of a bird, a tree, a fish; suddenly, the harmony of a form, a pose, a gesture, a movement, imprints itself on my mind and does not leave, it combines with other compositional elements that i have seen … the work is ripe, and i have only to pick it …” (René Lalique in an interview).
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: art objects, light fixtures, furniture, 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.
Its undisputed master: René Lalique. Designer, jeweller of Art Nouveau, master glassmaker of Art Deco, decorator, industrial entrepreneur – René Lalique had the ingenious idea of making art a part of daily life, conceiving artistic creation as “total art”: sculpture and modeling to render contours; architecture to encompass his eye for line and planning; precious stones, mother-of-pearl, horn and enamel to refine the shimmering interplay of material and color. And finally, he was captivated by the effects of transparency and opalescence inherent in glass, which he harnessed to create a new, aesthetic form of light.