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
French Chandelier “Grosse Boule Champs Elysees” by Rene Lalique
Frosted glass sferical shade created by Rene Lalique in 1927 for the Gallerie des Champs Elysees
French Art Deco Pendant by Sabino
MARIUS ERNEST SABINO
French Art Deco Chandelier, c. 1930’s, in clear and frosted molded glass, Diameter: 8″ inches, Drop: 29″ inches (adjustable)
“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.
French Art Deco Chandelier by Rene Lalique
Rene Lalique chandelier “Charmes.”
R. LALIQUE “Flandre” Wall Sconce
R. LALIQUE single wall sconce, model “Flandre”, design created 1935. In clear and frosted molded glass.
Rene Lalique Deco Chandelier “Gaillon”
Clear and frosted glass chandelier molded in relief wist acantus leaves. A 1927 design. It has new silk cords and original glass canopy.
R. Lalique Architectural Panels from the Oviatt Building
Pair of Architectural Panels from the Elevator Doors – Oviatt Building Los Angeles, 1927. In clear and frosted glass, 16 in. square
Referenced in F. Marcilhac “R. Lalique Catalogue Raisonne No. 24 pg. 904
“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.
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.
Rene Lalique Chandelier “Perles”
“Perles” chandelier, design 1931.
Clear and frosted molded glass, hanging from a central, polished nickel pole. Diameter: 18 in. Drop: 29″.
Reference: Felix Marcilhac “Catalogue Raisonne de l’oueuvre de Verre” Fig. 2294, pg. 655.