Femme Bras Levés decorative panel
Decorative panel created by René Lalique in 1928 to adorn the cars of the famous Orient Express train which led travelers from the banks of the Seine to the shores of the Bosphorus. René Lalique stands alongside René Prou as one of the most admired artists who have contributed to the decoration of this train.
Originally made in white molded pressed glass, this decorative panel was embedded on a silver background in Cuban mahogany paneling. The pattern, which uses geometric and floral forms, is inspired by the Art Deco period.
We can witness a sensual and elegant dance. The women moves gracefully surrounded by volutes and grapes. This crystal panel captures light and plunges the viewer into a poetic world.
This panel echoes the panel Femme Tête Levée also presented in the cars of the Orient Express train.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
- Clear crystal
- Non mirrored
- Also available in mirrored clear crystal with a frame (price on request)
- Dimensions: H 18.03" x L 6.02" x W 0.67" (H 45.80 cm x L 15.30 cm x l 1.70 cm)
- Weight: 5.95 lbs (2.70 kg)
- Handcrafted in France
- Original design: René Lalique, 1928