Oeillets Bowl by René Lalique

  • Eight carnations serve as the focal point in this iconic glass bowl from French master René Lalique
  • With its distinct Oeillets design, this bowl exudes the sleek luxury of the Art Deco period
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Crafted by famed French glassmaker René Lalique, this sophisticated bowl displays the rare Oeillets pattern. Oeillets, which translates to "carnations," comprise the foremost visual element in the coupe-ouvert design, with Lalique utilizing the stalks and leaves of the delicate florals to create a star-like pattern.

This Oeillets bowl was designed in 1932, at the peak of the Art Deco period. A significant contributor to the Art Deco movement, René Lalique 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.

Featured in R. Lalique: Catalog Raisonné de l'Oeuvre de Verre by Félix Marcilhac, 1994, no. 422.

Signed “Lalique / France”

14" diameter x 1/8" depth
Oeillets Bowl by René Lalique
Maker: René Lalique
Period: 20th Century
Origin: France
Type: Bowls/Plates
Depth: 0.13 Inches
Width: 14.0 Inches
Style: Art Deco
Oeillets Bowl by René Lalique
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