- Fuchsia crystal
- Box, bag, certificate of authenticity
- Dimensions: H 5.51″ x D 5.12″ (H 14 cm x D 13 cm)
- Weight: 1.54 lbs (0,7 kg)
- Handcrafted in France
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FUCHSIA ANEMONES BUD VASE LALIQUE, Among flowers, the anemone, a symbol of purity and innocence, particularly inspired René Lalique, which he then made the centerpiece of many jewels and decorative objects. In 1912, he designed a vase displaying a motif of anemone in blue patinated glass, fashioned in “cire perdue”.
With the Anemone collection, Lalique gives a fresh insight into this creation transfigured to vases available in several sizes and colours, bowls, perfume bottles, and votives. Fashioned in satin-finished and re-polished crystal, emblematic of Lalique, the flowers are juxtaposed in a graphics play on repetition, capturing the ephemeral beauty of flowers.
René Lalique, genius creator, crossed both artistic movements of the XXth century with such audacity in placing art in a perspective that is no longer (only) that of the search for beauty. In passing the Art nouveau in the Art deco, the crystal glass-making Lalique marked the decorative arts with numerous creations. The vase Bacchantes is an example, a magnificent realization Art nouveau. It is one of rare item which still in the catalog Lalique France since its creation.
Jeweler then glassmaker, René Lalique worked glass as early as the 1900s. In 1921, René Lalique moved to Wingen-sur-Moder. In 1925, the International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts was held in Paris. Lalique is present at this great event as it was during the celebration of Art Nouveau in 1900. His style has evolved, his patterns are more refined but his sources of inspiration remain the same : flora, fauna , femininity.
To celebrate the 130th anniversary of the Maison, the new collection takes us to the heart of the immeasurable heritage built by its founder. Among fauna, the swallow particularly inspired René Lalique, which he then made the centrepiece of many jewels and decorative objects.