Lalique Studios Large Crystal Cygnes Swans Mirror Signed Sculpture Antique Art

Lalique Studios Large Crystal Cygnes Swans Mirror Signed Sculpture Antique Art
Lalique Studios Large Crystal Cygnes Swans Mirror Signed Sculpture Antique Art
Lalique Studios Large Crystal Cygnes Swans Mirror Signed Sculpture Antique Art
Lalique Studios Large Crystal Cygnes Swans Mirror Signed Sculpture Antique Art
Lalique Studios Large Crystal Cygnes Swans Mirror Signed Sculpture Antique Art

Lalique Studios Large Crystal Cygnes Swans Mirror Signed Sculpture Antique Art

Lalique Studios Molded and Etched Crystal Cygnes Swans and Mirror listed with the Submit Best Offer option. Accepting Offers Now: Rene Lalique skillfully and uniquely created some of the most beautiful hand blown and etched glass in the world. His pieces are recognizable and highly collectible as they are crafted with unmatched talents. This incredible glass set of two mute swans, one with its head up and the other down, along with the mirror base, is absolutely stunning in person, and, it is truly the one of the most amazing pieces by Lalique have ever been able to offer for sale. The sculptures' surfaces from frosted to crystal clear finishes, highlighting every detail in the feather of the Swan.

The technique used to create these artwork is incredibly difficult to perform and is executed precisely by very few artists, thus it is unlikely you will find another piece close to this price. Yet, we have listed it with the Submit Best Offer Option so name your price now.

Because at this incredible value, it will not be around long as the first person to meet our bottom line will be the lucky new owner of this authentic set of works by Lalique. René LALIQUE was born on 6th April 1860 and from a very early age, he showed a desire towards art and a profound love of nature. As an apprentice learning the techniques of jewelery manufacturing, he continued to study art at the Ecole des Arts Décoratifs in Paris.

In 1909, he opened a glassworks in Combs-La-Ville, to the east of Paris. LALIQUE held his first exhibition in the Place Vendôme concentrating purely on glass. LALIQUE's glass was in such heavy demand that he opened in 1921 a second factory at Wingen-sur-Moder in Alsace, in the east of France.

The LALIQUE style was expressed mainly by the contrast between clear and frosted glass, sometimes with the addition of a patina, enamels, or colouring within the glass itself. He participated in large scale decorative and architectural projects for the Compagnie Internationale des Wagons-Lits, and others such as the ocean liner "Normandie " and St Matthew's church in St Helier, Jersey.

He also took part in the great exhibitions held in Paris during this period - the Colonial in 1931, the Rétrospective in the Pavillon de Marsan at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in 1933, and the Paris World Fair in 1937. Submit Best Offer, All Offers Will be Considered. Rene Lalique sculptures and glass works sell for very high prices at galleries around the world. This magnificent suite looks even better in person, and, it is nothing short of amazing as it has remained in excellent condition since it was created. Also remember again, the set has been listed with the SUBMIT BEST OFFER option, meaning it will likely sell before the end of this listing.

The swans measures approximately 10" and 8" tall, are full of immaculate detail and comes with the mirror display which is approximately 33 long. Lalique's glass has been exhibited in major museums around the world, and can be found in some of the most prestigious public and private collections worldwide. The item "Lalique Studios Large Crystal Cygnes Swans Mirror Signed Sculpture Antique Art" is in sale since Friday, June 28, 2019. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Glass\Art Glass\French\Lalique". The seller is "neiman123" and is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

This item can be shipped worldwide.


Lalique Studios Large Crystal Cygnes Swans Mirror Signed Sculpture Antique Art


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