Celebrating the 130th anniversary of the Maison, the new collection takes us to the heart of the immeasurable heritage built by its founder. Through his work, René Lalique explored the decorative possibilities of flora, fauna, and the female form. Among fauna, the swallow particularly inspired him, which he then made the centerpiece of many jewels and decorative objects. Directly inspired by a creation of René Lalique’s, the Hirondelles chandelier depicts the beauty of swallows taking flight. With grace and lightness, they spread their wings with finely chiseled feathers.
The Champs-Elysees chandelier combines the movement of leaves with their intricate shapes, creating a sense of purpose throughout the peace. No matter which chandelier one picks, you can find the attention to detail makes these light fixtures come alive with grace and beauty. Within this collection, there are a variety of amazing pieces to complement the art deco design within your home.
His use of glass and the capabilities of mass production meant that his beautiful pieces could make their way into the homes of everyday people. By combining his talents as a jeweler, glassmaker, and artist, he left a rich heritage behind for others to enjoy.
Rene Lalique Chandelier “Trevise”
A rare “Trevise” Chandelier by Rene Lalique, designed in 1927, comprised of multiple glass elements, molded in a floral (“Lotus”) motif. Diameter 16″, current drop at 31″ is adjustable.
Ref. “R. Lalique Catalogue Raisonne de l’oueuvre de verre” by F. Marcilhac, pg. 675, fig. 2473
“Dahlias” Art Deco Chandelier by Lalique
A “Dahlias” Chandelier by Lalique in clear and frosted glass molded with a floral and leafage design, hanging on four silken electrified cords, with original glass canopy. Additional chandeliers and wall sconces for this design are available.
“Noisetier” Art Deco Chandelier by Rene Lalique
Lalique chandelier, clear and frosted glass molded with stylized leaves pattern, with 6 lateral arms, hanging from six electrified silkcords with original glass canopy. Pair and matching wall sconces are available.
Rene Lalique Chandelier “Villenueve”
Clear and frosted glass chandelier by René Lalique.
The 12.25″ glass bowl suspended by four nickel-plated rods a nickel-plated canopy.
As an alternative it can be mounted flush on the ceiling.
Rene Lalique Chandelier “Ronces”
Clear and frosted “Ronces” chandelier with 4 attaches, design created in 1926. Ref. Felix Marcilhac “R. Lalique Catalogue Raisonne” fig.2465
“Rinceaux” Art Deco Chandelier by Rene Lalique
Lalique chandelier, in amber glass molded in a honey-comb pattern, hanging on four silken electrified cords, with original glass canopy. Additional chandeliers for this design are available.
Rene Lalique Art Deco Chandelier “Stockholm I”
A French Art Deco chandelier by Rene Lalique, model “Stockholm I” created c. 1927, in clear and frosted glass molded with stylized leaves motif, with eight lateral arms extending from a central bowl.
Diameter: 24”, Drop: 31” (adjustable)
Reference: Felix Marcilhac “Catalogue Raisonne de l’oueuvre de Verre” pg. 652
Rene Lalique Chandelier, “Soleil”
A “Soleil” Chandelier by Rene Lalique, in clear and frosted glass, design created 1926. Ref. “R. Lalique Catalogue Raisonne” by Felix Marcilhac, pg. 674
LALIQUE “Dahlias” Ceiling Fixture
A Lalique “Dahlias” chandelier mounted as a ceiling fixture. In clear and frosted glass molded with flower heads and leaves, hanging from a nickeled metal plate.
“Fougers” Art Deco Chandelier by Rene Lalique
Lalique chandelier, clear and frosted molded glass, with eight lateral arms, hanging on four electrified cords with original glass canopy. Matching wall sconces available.
Rene Lalique Chandelier “Monnaie de Pape”
“Monnaie Du Pape” Chandelier by Rene Lalique, in clear and frosted glass molded with honesty leaves motif, a design created in 1917. Referenced in Felix Marcilhac “Catalogue Raisonne de l’oueuvre de Verre” Fig. 2455, pg. 670
Rene Lalique Chandelier “Etoiles”
An extremely rare “Etoiles” Plafonnier by Rene Lalique.
Design created 1910-1912 and produced in a very limited number of examples, never commercialized after the end of WWI. In clear and patinated frosted molded glass.
Ref. Félix Marcilhac Catalogue Raisonné de l’œuvre de Verre, section of “Unclassified plafonniers”, no. A p.666