Lalique


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La·lique

 (lə-lēk′, lä-), René Jules 1860-1945.
French designer of art nouveau jewelry and glassware noted particularly for his unique glass designs.

Lalique

(French lalik)
n
(Biography) René (Jules) (rəne). 1860–1945, French Art- Nouveau jeweller, glass-maker, and designer: noted esp for his frosted glassware
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Silver Moon's Kaiseki restaurant will also be reimagined, as well as the ship's La Dame restaurant, which will incorporate bespoke Lalique crystal panels.
Instead, Mrs May was presented with PS650 bucket handbag from Liberty, a PS495 Lalique necklace and other bits and bobs totting up to a hefty PS1,500.
As I write, the haar has clothed the world outside in a coating of lalique grey.
The next day, I was back at Rustan's Shangri-La Plaza for the launch of the new collection of Lalique, the most luxurious art pieces in glass.
The jewelry was created by legendary designers like Boucheron, Lalique, Lureat, and Vautrin.
Lalique is often associated with crystal and glass, an honored tradition passed down with passion by French artists and craftsmen.
The Billionaire Margarita was created with Louis XIII cognac and Patron en Lalique Serie 1, a limited-release $7,500 tequila from Patron in special bottles made by Lalique.
The Macallan Six Pillars Collection included six decanters made by French crystal house Lalique.
Marcus Flacks is presenting a small, rare Chinese scholar's rock; Errol Manners contrasts a rustic pottery jug with Meissen court porcelain; and Wartski's Katherine Purcell places a Lalique pendant in its art-historical context--and possibly in your hands (Fig.
The Macallan whisky was presented in a hand-blown Lalique glass decanter.
IMade by famous French jeweller and artglass designer Rene Lalique, the vase has an estimate of PS500/PS700, but it only takes two people who want it and who knows what price it will achieve.