Lalique Meandres Vase Designed 1934

Heading : A fine Rene Lalique Meandres vase
Date :
Designed 1934, Marcilhac  12-208
Origin :
Wingen-Sur-Moder, Alsace, France
Colour : Clear and frosted
Bowl :
Clear raised polished meanders with opaque recessed textured bands
Glass Type : Lalique demi-cristal
Size : 16.5cms in height

Condition : Excellent. Only scratches on the base commensurate with age that have worn the signature
Restoration : None

Weight :  3061 grams

Additional Information : The incised mark Lalique France is on the base and is worn, this is a post 1951 production. This is deco art glass at it's most striking, richly coloured and highly geometric. Simply stunning. See Marcilhac page 459


Eric Knowles Comments

'Meandres' represents a bench mark period in Lalique's output by apparently moving with the winds of time and the move towards Art Moderne. The comparison with the extensive range of similar technique and form pieces by Daum is inevitable whilst it should be remembered works in this geometric style by Lalique are relatively rare.


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  • Product Code: 22102003
  • Availability: In Stock
  • £1,100.00

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