René Lalique Fleurons Opalescent Bowl No. 2 c1935 Marcilac page 765 #3312 Stenciled R Lalique. This is a beautiful signed R. Lalique "Fleurons" pattern opalescent art glass bowl in perfect condition. I could find no noteworthy scratches, chips, bruises, scuffs, hard water deposits, straw marks, or bubbles.This bowl is in amazingly good condition considering the it is about eighty years old. Measures 8 inches in diameter and 3 inches high. It is smooth inside with the decorations on the underside.
As with other R Lalique opalescent pieces, this bowl can look very blue at times and hardly blue at all sometimes depending on lighting. The blue really pops when displayed on a dark wooden surface. Since the early 20th century when René Lalique started to design perfume bottles for François Coty in Paris, collectors all over the world have been searching for the most beautiful Lalique crystal pieces.
These Lalique crystal pieces of art are hand made by Lalique crystal's master glass workers. Lalique crystal has always been handcrafted in the Workshops that Rene Lalique built in 1921.
They are located in the village of Wingen-sur-Moder in Alsace, a region of France which has the strongest glassmaking traditions. It has remained to this day the worlds sole Lalique production facility. Rene Lalique became famous for his designs of both jewelry and art glass. The company shut down during the German occupation of WWII.
Rene passed right at the end of the war in 1945. There are no known reproductions of this piece. The item "Lalique Fleurons Opalescent 8 Bowl Excellent Condition Signed R Lalique" is in sale since Sunday, April 7, 2019. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Glass\Art Glass\French\Lalique". The seller is "cambridgenudes" and is located in Houston, Texas.
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