Lalique Ronces Art Glass Vase

  • This stunning crimson art glass vase was created by the legendary René Lalique
  • Entitled "Ronces", the bold design is engulfed by thorned briars
  • Designed for perfume bottles, this popular motif soon found its way onto larger works such as this
  • René Lalique remains one of the most popular sculptors of the Art Deco period
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Item No. 30-3336

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Thorned briars engulf this resplendent crimson art glass vase by the legendary René Lalique. Entitled “Ronces”, the polished vines provide a vibrant contrast to the frosted body they envelope. Originally designed for perfumer François Coty, the briar motif soon found its way onto larger works of art such as this incredible vase. 

René Lalique remains one of the most popular sculptors of the Art Deco period, and glass aficionados and amateur collectors alike continue to marvel at the grace, magnificence and accuracy of his creations the world over. A significant contributor to the Art Deco movement, he is not only known for his pioneering style of glassmaking, but also for designing some of the most enchanting jewelry of the age. His penchant for innovation and eye for style made Lalique one of the premiere craftsmen at the Paris Exhibition of 1925.

A similar vase is featured in Lalique Glass by Nicholas M. Dawes, 1986, page 30, figure 48.

Model #948
Circa 1913 to 1921

References:
Lalique Glass, 1986, Nicholas M. Dawes 
Lalique par Lalique, 1977, Marc and Marie-Claude Lalique
Lalique Ronces Art Glass Vase
Maker: René Lalique
Period: 20th Century
Origin: France
Type: Vases/Rose Bowls
Depth: 5.0 Inches
Width: 5.0 Inches
Height: 11.0 Inches
Style: Art Glass

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