René Jules Lalique (1860-1945) was an artist of wide-ranging genius. Jeweler, Glassmaker, Interior Designer, reintroduced semiprecious stones and horns to the jeweler palette. His discovery of glass as a jewelerly medium determined his future direction and he quickly became one of the central figures in the flowering of the decorative arts movement in France in the Twentyeth century.
The book is an essential reference for those who are Lalique glass collectors and connoisseurs. It amply illustrates just why collections, public and private, of Lalique’ s work, continue to grow in popularity, importance and value.
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