Rene Lalique Oleron Glass Vase with Fish
This is a rare and beautiful vase of frosted and clear glass depicting a school of fish swimming in a tight pack. It was made by the famous Rene Lalique in 1927. At the height of his career in 1925, Lalique exhibited his works at the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Moderns in Paris and with these he came to define the Art Deco style. On the Oleron glass, we see meticulously rendered and high relief fish all intertwined dancing around the circular shape of the vase. The fish create a rythmic pattern yet each one has its own unique character within the group. The fish radiate a light blue, when under direct light. The bottom of the vase, where it is clear, is engraved with: R. Lalique, France, no. 1008. This piece is 3 1/2 inches tall and in diameter. It is noted in the Catalog Raisonné on page 440.
DIAMETER: 3½ in | HEIGHT: 3½ in
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