Nature has always been a major source of inspiration for the House. The new Gaïa by Lalique collection pays homage to Mother Earth, generous and nurturing. In Greek mythology, Gaïa is the goddess of Earth, revered as mother, nurturer, and giver of life. More than ever, the balance between human beings and their ecosystem is questioned and contemplated. The collection resonates as an invitation to respect, appreciate and marvel at the many wonders provided by nature.
Merles et Raisins
In 1928, René Lalique designed the Merles & Raisins decorative panels, originally created in pressed glass on a silver background to adorn the Cuban mahogany woodwork of the legendary Orient Express.
With the precious Merles et Raisins Crystal candle, Lalique takes you on a fragrant voyage to the French terroir.
The heart-shaped pepper leaves beautifully adorn the “Feuilles” vase and votive.
The graphic composition combines lines in downstrokes and upstrokes while the contrast of satin and polished crystal creates stunning plays of light and transparency.
The Mûres (Blackberries) vase exhibits an abundance of berries jealously protected by intertwined brambles. An invitation to a dreamlike walk in the under bush.
Inspired by the Blackbirds & Grapes motif designed by René Lalique in 1928 for the legendary Orient-Express, Lalique presents the Merlot collection, composed of a decanter and a universal glass.
The floral décor of the Versailles decanter and oil/vinegar cruet is directly inspired by that of the eponymous vase, designed by René Lalique in 1939. Crafted in crystal of the finest quality, those two pieces combine aesthetics and functionality for exceptional tables.
The Lalique greyhound pays homage to this racy, slender dog, with a long muzzle, thin legs, a slender and muscular body, bred for racing. Its haughty head carriage gives it an aura of nobility.