Silenes Glass Vase by René Lalique

  • This glass vase was crafted in René Lalique's Silenes pattern
  • The vase features a design of classically-inspired Pan figures washed in a gray patina
  • René Lalique remains one of the most popular designers from the Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods
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Item No. 31-3518

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This rare glass vase was created by the famed René Lalique. Crafted of both clear and frosted glass in the expressive Silenes pattern created by Lalique in 1938, this vessel features a repeating design of the Greek god Pan. The god of the wild is intertwined with dense vines in high relief and washed in a light gray patina, and it is a superb example of Lalique’s love of both natural and mythical forms. René Lalique remains one of the most popular designers and sculptors from the Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods, and glass aficionados continue to marvel at the grace, magnificence and authenticity of his creations to this day.

Featured in R. Lalique: Catalog Raisonné de l'Oeuvre de Verre by Félix Marcilhac, 1994, page 469, no. 10-923.

Signed “R. Lalique / France”

Circa 1938

6 7/8" diameter x 8" high
Silenes Glass Vase by René Lalique
Maker: René Lalique
Period: 20th Century
Origin: France
Type: Vases/Rose Bowls
Depth: 6.88 Inches
Width: 6.88 Inches
Height: 8.0 Inches
Style: Art Deco

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