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René Lalique, Paris - A Signed Glass Easel Clock

A   glass   clock,   Quatre   Perruches    signed   to   the   lower   edge   for   René   Lalique,   Paris    to   a   design   devised   in   September   1927   and illustrated in the Lalique catalogue for the years 1928, 1932 and 1937. The design is illustrated and described in the René Lalique Catalogue Raisonne , compiled by Felix Marcilhac.  The Swiss eight-day movement has a gilt dial with raised gilded numerals. Height: 4¼ inches Please click on images to enlarge: Any additional images are shown below

René Lalique

René Jules Lalique was born in Ay, Marne on the 6th of April 1860 and died in Paris on the 1st of May 1945. In 1872, aged twelve, he entered the Collège Turgot where he started drawing and sketching. He attended evening classes at the Ecole des arts décoratifs and consequently worked there from 1874 until1876 and then spent two years at the Crystal Palace School of Art in Sydenham, London. During that time, he also practised as an apprentice goldsmith to leading Parisian art nouveau jeweller and goldsmith, Louis Aucoc. At the Sydenham Art College, his skills for graphic design were improved, and his naturalistic approach to art was further developed. When he returned from England he worked as a freelance artist, designing pieces of jewellery for French jewellers Cartier, Boucheron and others. In 1885, he opened his own business designing and making his own jewellery and other glass pieces. By 1890, Lalique was recognised as one of France's foremost Art Nouveau jewellery designers; creating innovative pieces for Samuel Bing's new Paris shop, Maison de l'Art Nouveau. He went on to be one of the most famous in his field, his name synonymous with creativity, beauty and quality.

Price: On Application

Ref: D295

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René Lalique, Paris - A Signed Glass Easel Clock

A   glass   clock,   Quatre   Perruches    signed   to   the   lower   edge   for   René    Lalique,   Paris    to   a   design devised   in   September   1927   and   illustrated   in   the   Lalique   catalogue   for   the   years   1928,   1932 and 1937. The   design   is   illustrated   and   described   in   the   René   Lalique   Catalogue   Raisonne ,   compiled   by Felix Marcilhac.  The Swiss eight-day movement has a gilt dial with raised gilded numerals. Height: 4¼ inches Please click on images to enlarge: Any additional images are shown below

René Lalique

René Jules Lalique was born in Ay, Marne on the 6th of April 1860 and died in Paris on the 1st of May 1945. In 1872, aged twelve, he entered the Collège Turgot where he started drawing and sketching. He attended evening classes at the Ecole des arts décoratifs and consequently worked there from 1874 until1876 and then spent two years at the Crystal Palace School of Art in Sydenham, London. During that time, he also practised as an apprentice goldsmith to leading Parisian art nouveau jeweller and goldsmith, Louis Aucoc. At the Sydenham Art College, his skills for graphic design were improved, and his naturalistic approach to art was further developed. When he returned from England he worked as a freelance artist, designing pieces of jewellery for French jewellers Cartier, Boucheron and others. In 1885, he opened his own business designing and making his own jewellery and other glass pieces. By 1890, Lalique was recognised as one of France's foremost Art Nouveau jewellery designers; creating innovative pieces for Samuel Bing's new Paris shop, Maison de l'Art Nouveau. He went on to be one of the most famous in his field, his name synonymous with creativity, beauty and quality.

Price: On Application

Ref: D295

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