Rene Lalique Marguerite Goblet Sepia Patina, c. 1920
An elegant glass from the famous Rene Lalique of France. This glass dates to 1920, and has elements of both Art Deco and Art Nouveau; it is both geometric in its design and reveals organic patterning. The flowers found inside of the angular triangle sepia patina are marguerites, with a sepia patina. René Lalique (1860-1945) was best known for creating luxury glassware items that helped define the aesthetics of the Art Nouveau and Art Deco movements in Europe. The pinnacle of Lalique’s career as a master glass craftsman is considered to be the 1925 Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Moderns in Paris, which defined the Art Deco style. This glass appears in Lalique's Catalog Raisonee by Marcilhac on page 768, No. 3404.
DIAMETER: 3 in | HEIGHT: 4½ in
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