The Glenturret Provenance Decanter by Lalique
We are happy to announce the launch of The Glenturret Provenance Decanter by Lalique, featuring 320 decanters designed by Lalique, the first of a limited-edition Single Malt series. This piece is a very personal project, instigated by Silvio Denz, Chairman and CEO of Lalique SA, new owner of The Glenturret brand in association with Swiss entrepreneur Hansjörg Wyss. It signifies a partnership of equals, bringing together two brands with long-standing heritage and passion for their craft.
Hardy Cognac has unveiled its final creation in the Four Seasons collection: L’Hiver carafe, designed by Lalique
Pursuing its fruitful collaboration with Maison Lalique, Hardy has unveiled its final creation in the Four Seasons collection: L’Hiver carafe. The carafe is topped with an ice blue crystal tiara adorned with dormant vines.
Lalique creates limited-edition carafes in collaboration with Château Lafaurie-Peyraguey and Château Péby Faugères
We are pleased to announce new collaborations with Château Lafaurie-Peyraguey and Château Péby Faugères. Château Lafaurie-Peyraguey, Sauternes Premier Grand Cru Classé, and one of the greatest sweet white wines in the world, has now found a home in an original decanter designed by the Lalique crystal works.
For the 100th anniversary of René Lalique’s Villa, the Hirondelles perfume bottle is re-issued for a Collector Edition
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of this mansion, the Hirondelles perfume bottle, designed by René Lalique in 1920, is re-issued in sapphire blue crystal, the colour of purity and freedom, for a Limited and Numbered Collector Edition of 100 pieces.
The fifth and final decanter of The Golden Age of Travel series
The Macallan and Lalique present a new milestone of historic significance. The final instalment in The Golden Age of Travel series is The Macallan single malt whisky dating from the year 1940. This collector’s item, limited to just 50 decanters worldwide, pays homage to the airship.
René Lalique’s villa celebrates its centenary
In 1920 glass artist and pioneer of Art Nouveau René Lalique settled in the little Alsatian village of Wingen-sur-Moder, where he built his family home. One year later, he built his glassworks in this same village. One hundred years later, the villa has become the artistic and gastronomic showcase of Lalique. The former residence houses a five-star hotel and a restaurant with two Michelin stars that is presided over by chefs Jean-Georges Klein and Paul Stradner. On the occasion of its centenary, Villa René Lalique is celebrating by organising a series of events throughout the year.
- 100 Points
- Anish Kapoor
- Beluga Vodka
- Château Hochberg
- Damien Hirst
- Decorative items
- James Suckling
- Lalique Art
- Parmigiani Fleurier
- Patrón Tequila
- René Lalique
- Salvatore Ferragamo
- Steinway & Sons
- Villa René Lalique
- Zaha Hadid