Table art

One hundred and twenty workers – blowers, sculptors and engravers – are directly involved in making Lalique pieces. Whether  they do hot glass and cold glass work, “all of our workers show manual skill, a degree of artistic sensitivity and a passion for their job without which nothing great could be achieved,” observes Denis Mandry, Director of the factory.

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LALIQUE CRYSTAL GLASS – LALIQUE CRYSTAL GLASSWARE :

LALIQUE CRYSTAL GLASS – LALIQUE CRYSTAL GLASSWARE, One hundred and twenty workers – blowers, sculptors and engravers – are directly involved in making Lalique piecesWhether  they do hot glass and cold glass work, “all of our workers show manual skill, a degree of artistic sensitivity and a passion for their job without which nothing great could be achieved,” observes Denis Mandry, Director of the factory. It’s not only a matter of technical virtuosity, because “the ultimate purpose of this facility and our personnel is to express the dreams and the emotion that the creator had in mind”.


 ♦ LALIQUE TABLE ART – 100 POINTS COLLECTION :

The idea is really the brainchild of James Suckling. Roaming the world over 40 years, he and a small black leather briefcase have been inseparable companions, the same shaped wine glasses have always nestled inside the case. In 2012 Suckling drew on his long experience to create a unique glassware collection, dubbed Lalique 100 points by James Suckling.

A universal glass was first launched, followed a year later by six other glasses and two decanters. Now the prestigious French crystal manufacturer and the wine critic have elaborated the blueprint further. The result is a limited-edition leather briefcase, crafted by the celebrated Italian fashion house of Salvatore Ferragamo.