100 years. A century of art and brilliance. To celebrate the anniversary of its factory, Lalique’s most iconic pieces have been clothed in cerulean blue. This vibrant color, a symbol of eternity and hope, is an invitation to dive once more into the singular and refined world of the crystal works.
This vase’s iconic design featuring intertwined mythological figures is all about femininity and voluptuous beauty: an ode to sensuality.
Drawing inspiration from the wide avenue from which it takes its name, the Champs-Élysées bowl is adorned with a subtle design of plane tree leaves.
The most captivating – almost hypnotic – feature of the Mossi vase is its kaleidoscopic effect. It plays on contrasts between the brilliance of its cabochons and the frosting of its base.
Fashioned in satin-finished and re-polished crystal, the design of this vase plays with a repeating cactus-leaf motif.
An iconic, must-have piece of jewellery, the Cabochon ring is a signature item which gives free rein to the peerless skill of the House of Lalique. The minimalist ring is the epitome of eye-catching style, combining simplicity with elegance.
The original fish, designed in 1912 by René Lalique, has become an iconic piece in the Lalique universe. It first appeared in turquoise and was then re-issued in an extensive palette of colored crystal.