Joueur de Pipeau bar
Clear crystal and ivory ash
The architectural projects of René Lalique collaborations played a large part in his career. His highly developed sense of balance and harmony alongside his total technical mastery of glass working made him ideally suited to the challenge of creating works on a monumental scale.
In 1928, René Lalique designed the Reed Piper panel to adorn the famous Venice Simplon Orient Express train. Highlighted by the glare of crystal, a male figure celebrates the worship of Bacchus among wine shoots and stylized bunches of grapes.
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- Clear crystal
- Ivory ash
- Also available in natural ebony or blue eucalyptus (price on request)
- Numbered edition, piece delivered with a certificate of authenticity mentioning its number
- Dimensions: H 46.46" x L 57.48" x D 22.83" (H 118.00 cm x L 146.00 cm x P 56.00 cm)
- Dimensions including the crystal handles
- Weight: 403.40 lbs (182.98 kg)
- Lalique Maison | Designed by Lady Tina Green & Pietro Mingarelli