Provence new collection
Lalique is a legend, symbolic of a craftsmanship that commands respect and admiration. Over the years, Lalique has become more than just a name; it has become the powerful icon of an exceptional know-how, a synonym for excellence, and a style characterized by the mastery of contrast between crystal and satin finishes. Its rich heritage continues to flourish, yet each design is inscribed with modernity.
In this new collection, Lalique takes us to Provence, a beautiful region in the South East of France. Its landscapes, the beauty of its ancient landmarks and its preserved nature are an invitation to an escape.
In this dreamlike and stylized universe, flowing from the imagination of the artist, motifs of golden fields, bees or stylized honeycombs are carved into crystal, their movement waiting to be freed with a gust of wind. Symbols of prosperity, abundance, strength and vivacity, they come to life within the satin crystal.
Lalique, sculptor of light uses a subtle elixir of exceptional know-how and daring creativity to immortalizes nature through crystal.
The wax honeycombs built by bees to store their honey supply has amazed architects with the complexity and sophisticated structure of their design.
Their fascinating beauty has inspired Lalique, culminating with the creation of the Rayons vases and bowls in clear or honey-like gold luster crystal. Exhibiting angles and curves, strength and grace, and satin and clear finishes, emblematic of Lalique, these true sculptures of light evoke a striking modernity.
Through geometric repetition, the crystal honeycombs deliver transparency and profoundness to allow ones to become lost in their depths. Their timeless design invites many different interpretations.
Golden fields have always been a symbol of happiness and prosperity. In the 19th century during the Impressionist movement, the French countryside was depicted as a special retreat to escape the pressures of modern life in the city. As railways offered direct access, the countryside, with its vastness and fresh air, became a beautiful escape to nature.
Wheat is a recurring motif in Art Nouveau. René Lalique often exploited its beauty and symbolic power through his creations.
Highlighted through the purity of satin crystal, stylized stalks ornament the Épis vase and bowl. As if dancing in the wind, they release their poetry.
Through this vase, Lalique takes us to Provence, a beautiful region in the South East of France. Its landscapes, the beauty of its ancient landmarks and its preserved nature are an invitation to an escape. Often referred to as “blue gold”, lavender has been growing in the region for centuries. For many, the colour, the texture and the scent of a lavender field capture the essence of Provence.
Enhanced by crystal highlighted with hand-applied gold enamel, the lavender fields sway in the wind, echoing their beauty and poetry.
Designed to highlight the flavours of the finest spirits, the Abeilles decanter enriches the existing Lalique