The Art of Wall Sconces
As part of this beautiful collection by René Lalique, wall sconces showcase both amazing colors, designs, and textures. Many of his sconces were not originally planned as scones but started as full bowl lighting features. Some sconce designs also were meant to complement other lighting fixtures, thus becoming a unique collection of their own. They are also referred to by various names, including wall lamps, uplighters, and wall lights. Throughout the collection, Lalique played with a variety of textures, including an Armorique Applique. Other designs draw you into nature, with subtle leaf designs and soft colors.
When it comes to creating amazing art deco beauty, these lighting fixtures demonstrate how light, geometry, and shapes from nature can blend to be the perfect modern touch in your home. His beautiful pieces combined glass and metals to make amazing objects d’art that were also useful inside the home. His sconces also reflected his love of nature and the graceful movement of birds, particularly the swallows.
These sconces also demonstrate how light can become art, as the glass is shaped to highlight the beautiful designs once lit. These pieces offer multiple options that can give your home a beautiful touch, complimenting your taste and the other elements within your home.
R. LALIQUE “Moineaux I” Art Deco Wall Sconce
A single, “Moineaux I” wall sconce by Rene Lalique, model created in 1931, in clear and frosted glass molded with a motif of stylized sparrows and leaves.
R. LALIQUE “Poitou” Art Deco Wall Sconce
A single French Art Deco “Poitou” Wall Sconce by Rene Lalique, in clear and frosted molded glass, from circa 1935. Ref. “R. Lalique Catalogue Raisonne” by Felix Marcilhac, fig. 2066.
R. LALIQUE “Lierre” Wall Sconce
Pair of Wall Sconces by Rene Lalique in the “Lierre” model, design created in 1927.
R. LALIQUE “Flandre” Wall Sconce
R. LALIQUE single wall sconce, model “Flandre”, design created 1935. In clear and frosted molded glass.
Pair of “Languedoc” Wall Sconces by Rene Lalique
A rare pair of “Languedoc” wall sconces by Rene Lalique, in clear and frosted molded glass, design created 1935.
Pair of “Tournon” Wall Sconces by Rene Lalique
A pair of French Art Deco wall sconces by Rene Lalique, in clear and opalescent glass, molded with flowerheads, design “Tournon” created in 1928
Rene Lalique Wall-Sconces “Perles”
Clear and frosted glass wall sconces by R Lalique, a 1931 design. We have 2 pairs available and the same pattern chandeliers.
Pair of “Noisetier” Art Deco Wall Sconces by Rene Lalique
Lalique wall sconces, clear and frosted glass molded with a leaves design, electrified. Additional pairs and matching chandelier available.
Pair of “Charmes” Art Deco Wall Sconces by Rene Lalique
Lalique wall sconces, clear and frosted glass molded with leaves design, electrified. Additional pairs and matching chandeliers available.
Pair of “Fougers” Art Deco Wall Sconces by Rene Lalique
Lalique Wall Sconces, clear and frosted glass molded with leaves design,electrified.Additional pairs and matching chandelier available.
Pair of Lalique “Dahlias” Art Deco Wall Sconces
Lalique wall sconces, a model designed by Rene Lalique in 1921, in clear and frosted glass, molded with floral and leaves design, electrified.
Additional pairs and matching chandelier available.