Since his early days, René Lalique explored to an unparalleled degree of perfection all of the decorative possibilities of the flora, fauna and female form. Among flowers, the Anemone, a symbol of purity and innocence, particularly inspired him, 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”. LALIQUE gives a fresh insight into this creation transfigured to vases available in several sizes and colors, bowls, perfume bottles, and votive.
Fashioned in satin-finished and repolished crystal, emblematic of LALIQUE, the flowers are juxtaposed in a graphics play on repetition, capturing the ephemeral beauty of flowers…Read more on : http://www.ll2.in